Tableware International March April 2022

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Guide to Glassware

Zwiesel Glas

Zwiesel Glas brings us gorgeously toned vases and lanterns in two sizes and various colours with the Dialogue range. Available in the on-trend colours graphite, taupe, lilac and petrol, both small and large vases have plenty of room for exceptional flower displays. As a cosy lantern, they imbue every home, every bar and every restaurant with a truly wonderful atmosphere.


It’s all about ombre and pretty pastels for coloured glassware

Blue Pheasant

The Nicolas Highball and Tumbler is an artful take on traditional hand-blown glassware. Each of these artisan-crafted glass tumblers has a unique wash of cobalt at the rim and base—plus, extra thick walls that help keep margaritas and other refreshing beverages chilled.



Denby’s Modern Deco Glassware brings a fresh look to contemporary glassware and has a textured swirl to complement the texture of Denby’s Porcelain Arc range. Handmade and mouthblown into a mould to achieve the textured effect, Denby’s Modern Deco glass also has a blue ombre colour effect. Included in the range is an elegant glass carafe featuring the unique combination of texture and stunning colour at its best.

The Ravenhead Gemstone range features glassware with an elegant diamond design and subtle ridges in a deep charcoal grey, ocean blue, fawn green and a mystical amethyst purple tone. The colours are inspired by eye-catching semi-precious stones, and make for an original twist to your bar and drinkware. From wine glasses to footed sundae dishes and hiballs, each glass in the collection is available individually for the perfect mix-and-match of colours.

Beatriz Ball

Beatriz Ball has introduced new Carved multicolour glassware sets of six. They are available as DOF and wine glasses. Each glass is in a different colour with its own etched design. “Welcome colour, nice to have you back!”, the designer says.