Imprisoned Mexican Glass Brutalist Modern Tumblers in Brown & Brass by Filipe Derflingher Set 10

$795

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Incredible set of 10 imprisoned glass brutalist modern Mexican glass tumblers in brown recycled bottle glass caged by brass bands. Designed and made by Filipe Derflingher (sometimes spelled Derflinger) at the Feders workshop. They are in original vintage condition with no chips, cracks, or chiggers to the glass. The brass has a nice age patina. Please see photos. Circa 1960s.

NOTE: We do have an additional slightly different set of this bubble encased glass listed here in case you want more.

Tumbler Size: (measures are approximate since these tumblers are handmade and vary in size)

  • Height – 4 Inches
  • Diameter – 3.25 Inches
  • Weight – 7.3 Pounds All

 

Boxed Size:

  • Height – 10 Inches
  • Width – 24 Inches
  • Depth – 17 Inches
  • Weight – 12 Pounds
DESIGNER

STUDIO

Feders Workshop

MATERIALS

Blown Glass, Brass

STYLE / PERIOD

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CIRCA

1960's

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

LINE/COLLECTION

bubble glass, Caged Glass, Imprisoned Glass

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Crate / Box Size

Keep in mind warehouse414 items are vintage and not new, so they will have signs of use and wear. See photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections.

Description

Anything you drink from these tumblers will taste magnificently exotic! Even water! Just look at the way the amber blown glass oozes through the circles cut into the brass bands. These awesome brutalist modern drinking glasses were hand made and designed by the famed Filipe Derflingher in the Mexico City Feders workshop circa 1960s. They are made by hand blowing molten glass from broken bottles into metal cylinders, so it bulges through the geometric openings cut into the metal. Derflingher’s work was well received by the design community. Alexander Girard was so enamored he sourced them as the barware in the La Fonda del Sol restaurant in New York City, which was renowned for its groundbreaking design. This set will look amazing in your bar. You must make them yours!

Tumbler Size: (measures are approximate since these tumblers are handmade and vary in size)

Details

DESIGNER

STUDIO

Feders Workshop

MATERIALS

Blown Glass, Brass

STYLE / PERIOD

,

CIRCA

1960's

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

LINE/COLLECTION

bubble glass, Caged Glass, Imprisoned Glass