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See below Mainzer pole,

Designation (also Schoppeglas) for in the German federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate (capital Mainz ) special wine glass for Schoppenweine (sparkling wine). It is a rod-shaped, thin-walled glass in the height of about 155 millimeters and 60 millimeters in diameter and a volume of 0.4 liters. But there are also variants with 0.5 liters. The slightly conical glass widens slightly to open upwards. At the foot, the rod is flattened around 60 millimeters high polygonal (polygonal), which makes it grip-proof (in cheap versions with much thicker glass, the flat structures on the foot are imitated only by...

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