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CE Mark Glasses

CE Mark Glasses

CE Marked Beer Glasses

CE Marked Wine Glasses

CE Marked Tumbler Glasses

CE Marked Shot Glasses
Disposable Pint Tumblers CE at 20oz / 568ml

Disposable Pint Tumblers CE at 20oz / 568ml

In stock

RRP £5.39

SALE £2.66
Sleeve of 50

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Stack Up Hiball Tumbler 12.3oz LCE at 10oz

Stack Up Hiball Tumbler 12.3oz LCE at 10oz

In stock

RRP £73.44

SALE £51.84
Case of 24

Stuttgart Stemmed Head Booster Beer Glass CE 1 Pint

Stuttgart Stemmed Head Booster Beer Glass CE 1 Pint

In stock

RRP £52.68

SALE £37.19
Case of 12

Granity Cooler Tumblers 10.9oz LCE 10oz

Granity Cooler Tumblers 10.9oz LCE 10oz

In stock

RRP £11.99

SALE £7.80
Case of 6

Elite Remedy Polycarbonate Shot Glasses White CE 25ml

Elite Remedy Polycarbonate Shot Glasses White CE 25ml

In stock

RRP £27.12

SALE £21.68
Case of 24

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CE Approved Glasses

Our range of cheap CE mark glasses and cheap LCE mark glasses are suitable for use in licensed establishments, such as bars, pubs, restaurants, hotels and cafes. CE marking is a mandatory conformance mark to ensure the product has met EU health, safety and environmental requirements. The letters 'CE' doesn't stand for anything and are used on glassware to ensure it holds an accurate legal measure, whether it's for beer, wine or spirits.

Glasses that carry the CE mark hold a legal measure to the brim, often seen on pint glasses, half pint glasses, 1/3 pint glasses, 2/3 pint glasses (schooner glasses) and shot glasses. LCE stands for lined and CE marked, which means the legal measure is accurate to the line, often seen on wine glasses and beer glasses.

Previously known as government stamped glassware (GS glassware) or crown stamped glassware, CE stamped glassware must be used in licensed establishments when serving certain alcoholic drinks. For beer, lager, ale, cider and similar beverages, the UK government currently offer a CE pint measure, CE half pint measure, CE one third of a pint measure and a CE two thirds of a pint measure. Wine served by the glass should be a 125ml wine measure, 175ml wine measure or 250ml wine measure and a 50ml measure or 70ml measure for fortified wines. We offer professional quality CE glassware delivered direct to your door, with an optional next day UK delivery service.