Saturn Spillproof Wine Glasses

Dec 16, 2014

Category: Food

How’s the song go? Red, red wine… stay close to meeee…
We’re assuming the guy who wrote that either was real forgetful and needed his drink near him at all time, or perhaps it was just his ode to not spilling your drink on a nice section of carpet. If it was the latter, we’re pleased to report the creation of the Saturn Wine Glasses.

After some four years of research and development, the thoughtful folks at Super Duper Studio have come up with a wine glass that won’t give up the goods when you tip it the wrong way. They put a lot of TLC into each one too, as the molten glass is shaped by hand before being blown into a mold by artisans in Oakland. Each stackable glass is then annealed (a process which cools the glass slowly to relieve material stresses), cut, and polished. [Purchase]

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