Richard Brendon Double Old Fashioned Prism / 285ml


A modern take on Georgian glassware, this double old fashioned whisky glass from Richard Brendon is designed to refract light for a unique, striking presentation.

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Product Details

Richard Brendon’s Prism collection is inspired by the glassware of Georgian Britain. Traditionally, this style features wide, prismatic cuts that bloom from the base of the glassware, with more elaborate detailing towards the rim. Richard Brendon’s interpretation is less baroque, keeping only the straight lines and leaving the top-thirds clear. This keeps the focus on the beautiful, unique way every glass in this collection twinkles in the light, as well as the tactility of holding the glass in your hand. Made from lead-free crystal, this double old-fashioned whisky tumbler has been mouth-blown and hand-cut by a team of master craftspeople in Slovenia, a country celebrated for its glass-blowing heritage. Use it to serve whiskey as well as a wide range of cocktails.

Why we love it

'Richard Brendon’s modern approach to English design is why you’ll find their glassware in the country’s top hotels, from The Connaught in London to Scotland's Gleneagles.'

Specifications & Care

Capacity 285ml
Care Hand wash only
Country of Origin Slovenia
Dimensions Diameter8.8cm X H 8.9cm
Material Lead-free crystal
Weight 310g
About The Brand

Richard Brendon

Founded by a Notting Hill native enamoured of the antique shops lining Portobello Road, Richard Brendon specialises in unique and striking tableware that’s of high quality, made to last. Their products are designed to maximise the pleasure of food and drink; for example, their wine glasses, made in collaboration with wine guru Jancis Robinson, are shaped in a way that brings out the best notes in any wine, be it red, white or port. They work with master craftsmen around the world who have a historical connection to their materials and techniques.

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