EDWARD GOREY'S ELEPHANT HOUSE
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In 1988, The Metropolitan Opera created and sold a set of four glasses showing classic opera scenes drawn by Edward Gorey. These generously sized “Double Old Fashion” glasses are frosted and have a nice heft to them. The images are quite wonderful and are full of fantastic details. It is a pity that Mr. Gorey never designed costumes for the Met. The glasses were sold as a set and include The Drinking Song, The Vengeance Aria, The Recognition Scene, and The Mad Scene.

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