|Modernist glass in the style of Italian designer Joe Columbo (1930 - 1971). This mug at first glance looks much like a current Rosendahl Copenhagen pattern called Grand Cru, designed by Danish designer Erik Bagger.|
|Image number 6 is a contemporary Rosendahl Grand Cru mug. As you can see it has a rounded handle and a high sheen metal band. Columbo's glassware designs of the 1950s often incorporated squared handles and steel, and brushed steel was a favorite. A nuclear future was on the world's collective mind, and space-age styled products were the rage. Joe Columbo was a much admired designer of the period. Click here if you'd like to read and interesting article about Joe Columbo.|
We believe these are vintage modernist Scandinavian glass beverage mugs in Joe Columbo style, dating to the 1950s.
|Well-made, thick pressed glass with real brushed steel bands. The bands are removable for cleaning. |
|Unmarked. Modernist styling dates to the 1950s -1960s. Reproduced, with changes in the details, today by stylish Scandinavian glass houses today.|
|All in excellent condition. Tall mugs measure 4.5" tall and weigh 3/4 lb each.|
|Perfect for cocoa, tea and coffee drinks.|
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