Here at Dotmaison we love to explore the different ways art and design can be applied to literally everything. The company Ritzenhoff also share this passion, and show a style and artful flair to the full in their new collection of glasses. The family run business has been creating glassware to traditional working methods for centuries, and bring a skill and knowledge that also encompasses new directions, technology and design. Through using the latest high-tech factories, the company showcases a whole new approach to the glass making process. The stunning drinking glasses are available in a variety of styles and shapes, and are ideal for everything from beer to champagne and even milk!
The above champagne glass from Ritzenhoff features a magical Sieger design perfect for creating a joyful sense of occasion. Ideal for celebratory drinks with friends and family, the hexagonal stem is inspired by classic crystal glassware from the past. This tried and tested style working alongside an eye-catching gold star pattern makes this a lovely way to experience a taste of champagne.
This wonderful glass designed by Claus Dorsch is the ideal receptacle for enjoying a gin and tonic. Made from glass with a silver finish, the bright glass features the slogan ‘gin is the best tonic’ and a lively yellow colouring and etched design. The tumbler shape lends itself perfectly for enjoying a refreshing drink in exciting and modern finery.
This glass from Ritzenhoff designed by Joan Tarrago makes a perfect gift for beer drinkers. The intricate line design creates a transfixing glass that offers a memorable look and style. Great for enjoying a comfortable pint in style at home, the glass combines the skillful production of Ritzenhoff with the fantastic pattern work of Tarrago to fantastic effect.
Ritzenhoff have also produced an incredible looking glass made specifically for drinking milk. Designed by Tina Berning, the fascinating glass features a black silhouette of a tearful visage. Dishwasher safe for everyday use, the glass is further evidence of Ritzenhoff’s skill at applying a variety of looks and styles in new and original ways. So no use crying over spilled milk as they say, better to drink it out of this glass!