Pitcher, tumblers, and goblets; Bitossi (Montelupo Fiorentino, Tuscany, Italy, founded 2007); Glass; Courtesy of Bitossi

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0903, Spot Collection, 2014

The bottoms of four glass pitchers and six goblets and drinking glasses are bathed in a creamy wash of color, as though a milky, colorful concoction had been swirled inside each piece. The colored bottoms create a playful evocation of taste. Created by Bitossi.

  • Pitcher, tumblers, and goblets

    Bitossi (Montelupo Fiorentino, Tuscany, Italy, founded 2007); Glass; Courtesy of Bitossi

  • Colorings Low Tumbler
  • plastic (co-extruded crystal styrene and high-impact styrene).
  • Gift of George Schmidt, Inc..
  • 1988-1-18
  • Colorings Tall Tumbler
  • plastic (co-extruded crystal styrene and high-impact styrene).
  • Gift of George Schmidt, Inc..
  • 1988-1-23
  • Colorings Tall Tumbler
  • plastic (co-extruded crystal styrene and high-impact styrene).
  • Gift of George Schmidt, Inc..
  • 1988-1-24

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