Ritzenhoff GIN & TONIC Glass - Studio Job

Gin and Tonic is the 'Little black dress' of bar culture. And just like all outfits need a finishing accessory, a G&T requires the perfect glass!

To celebrate their 25th anniversary, and their love of the fragrant spirit, German glass manufacturer Ritzenhoff present a series of mirrored gin glasses decorated by a series of individual artists.

This striking design by Dutch-Belgian duo Nynke Tynagel and Job Smeets, features a bold industrial design with flashes of yellow, paying homage to gin's perfect partner, tonic water.

Sure to delight any gin aficionado and lover of excellent design.




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Gin was originally created for medical purposes only. A Dutch physician developed what was known as ‘genever’ (Dutch for ‘juniper’) as a remedy for stomach and kidney ailments. English soldiers took genever to the British Isles where it became known as ‘gin’. Partly because French spirits were not allowed to be imported  and partly because the laws governing gin production had been relaxed, gin became so popular that by 1727, six million people in Britain drank an estimated 22.5 million litres of it!

Gin is one of the basic spirits in modern bar culture, and few drinks are more diverse. Each gin acquires its own particular taste through an average of six to ten different flavours, and some brands enrich their gin with as many as fifty. Straight, with tonic water or in a cocktail – gin is an indispensable feature  of any self-respecting bar.

Dimensions and details

DimensionsH 11.5 x Ø 8.4cm
Care AdviceHand wash only
DesignerStudio Job
OriginMade in Germany
NotePresented in a silver gift box