This combined champagne and canapé holder by Belgian designer Vincent Olm can be inverted to stand upright on a table top.
Called Lilobul, the product comprises an oval dish with a funnel at one side to hold the conical champagne flute. When flipped upside down and placed on a table top, the funnel raises the cone clear of the flat surface.
Here's some text from Vincent Olm:
When served at parties or more intimate gatherings, champagne is very often accompanied by canapés. These snacks are usually intended to be eaten straight from the serving platter, to avoid guests awkwardly standing around holding them. The solution comes in the shape of Lilobul, a combined champagne glass and snack holder.
Its ergonomic design makes it suitable for use either in a sitting or standing position, as the holder can be used both ways round: pointing upwards for use in a seated position, on a table, and downwards for use whilst standing. The conical glass fits into the holder. It can be smoothly and easily lifted out and replaced as required. The snack holder not only provides a zone to place canapés but also, as it will come in a range of colours, enables guests to easily identify their own glass.
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