Lobmeyr Commodore Hand-Blown Crystal Beer Tumbler


Commodore Hand-Blown Crystal Beer Tumbler12.5cm (h) x 7.1cm (d) / 4.9" (h) x 2.8" (d)


Commodore Hand-Blown Crystal Water Tumbler9cm (h) x 8.5cm (d) / 3.5" (h) x 3.3" (d)


A 1950s classic by Viennese architect Oswald Haerdtl, the Commodore beer tumbler is an indisputable classic in mouth-blown muslin glass. Its clean, simple shape passes through at least 24 pairs of hands, working with incredible skill and virtuoso speed to execute the delicate crystal design.

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Meet the Maker:


This Viennese glassmaker was already 60 years old when it collaborated with Thomas Edison on the first electric chandelier. Today, three cousins, Andreas, Leonid and Johannes Rath run the family business, upholding the cutting and buffing techniques of their ancestors while collaborating with some of Europe's most exciting contemporary designers.