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Glasscape Glassware

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Escape to distant lands with your favorite drinks. Made from lightweight, molded borosilicate glass, these Glasscape designs— a set of two tumblers and carafe, sold separately—bring mountainscapes to wine, aperitifs, juice and more. Designed by Aruliden, a studio whose work has been featured in MoMA exhibitions, including the 2011 show Talk to Me, each Glasscape Tumbler holds 8oz and the Glasscape Carafe holds 40oz.
  • Designer
    Aruliden
  • Size
    Tumbler:3.75h x 3.75"diam. 8oz
    Carafe:9h × 4"diam. 40oz
  • Materials
    Borosilicate Glass
  • Year of Design
    2012
  • Origin
    Imported

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