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Elements Glassware by Scholten & Baijings for J. Hill’s Standard

Everyday crystal: Elements Glassware by Scholten & Baijings for J. Hill’s Standard layers a library of custom cuts into an assemble-your-own collection of crystal glasses in a variety of patterns and all-purpose sizes – “whiskey to wine to water” – completed by a jug and decanter.


Details: “We wanted to create a whole new take on the typical Irish cut crystal.” – Baijings. J. Hill’s Standard is a new mouth-blown, hand-cut crystal maker from Waterford, Ireland. At Milan Design Week till April 13, 2014.


Designers: Amsterdam-based Scholten & Baijings is product designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings, he trained at Design Academy Eindhoven, she, self-taught, working together since 2000.


Source: photos by Tom Brown.




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