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William Morris Gallery Shop

Philip Webb Drinking Glass

Regular price
£80.00 GBP
Regular price
Sale price
£80.00 GBP

From a glass designed in the 1860s by the architect, artist and designer Philip Webb for William Morris’ new home, Red House. Each is made by hand using an optic mould, which involves dipping the hot glass before blowing to create ribs in the body of the glass. Lightweight and generous in size, with a spiral trail of glass around the bowl.

Stewart Hearn of London Glassworks is an award-winning artist, craftsman and designer, specialising in bespoke hand-blown glass. Stewart uses traditional mouth-blown glass techniques for all of his work.

Sold individually

Measurements: base diameter - 7.8cm, top diameter - 8.3cm, height - 12.5cm

Care instructions: Hand wash

Please note that due to the delicate nature of these glasses, they should be hand washed individually using a soft cloth and mild detergent. Wipe gently in line with the decorative detail to avoid damage.