Tank Wine Gift Set Green

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SKU
TKGSWI23GR
$340.00

Tank is a series of drinking vessels constructed using the simplest geometric language of spheres cones and cylinders. Their pared back aesthetic combined with the solid counterweight of thick and solid glass as a stem or pedestal gives them an instantly recognisable minimal silhouette. This year we see them burst into colour, albeit, in a particularly sophisticated and restrained emerald green. Our choice of green seems timely given that the colour is associated with all things positive, from health and growth, to calming and anxiety-reducing, vitality and nature. Green also falls in the middle of the visible light spectrum, giving it the quality of equilibrium and making TANK the perfect tableware partner in any setting.

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Tank is made from mouth-blown clear glass and defined by simple shapes inspired by the rigour of science laboratory equipment. The giftset includes a wine decanter and two low ball glasses. Their pared back aesthetic combined with the solid counterweight of thick and solid glass as a stem or pedestal gives them an instantly recognisable minimal silhouette. This year, the Tank collection features a burst of colour, albeit, in a particularly sophisticated and restrained emerald green.

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SKU TKGSWI23GR
Country of Manufacture Poland
Family Tank
Product Label New
Width 17 in
Height 30 in
Box Depth 0.23
Box Width 0.23
Box Height 0.57
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Tank takes its sculptural cue from the functional shapes and volumes of scientific glassware. Minimal yet decorative for a multiplicity of purposes of drinking, pouring, storing and displaying food and drink, the range forms bold building blocks of table-top architecture.

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