Ichendorf Set of 2 Green Sardine Tumblers, 350ml


Ichendorf Milano’s sardine tumblers have tiny glass fish set inside. Fill them with opaque liquids and the fish is revealed as a fun surprise while you drink.

The tumblers are handmade from durable borosilicate glass. The green sardine adds a touch of fun to delight your dinner guests. Use them to serve water, cocktails or milkshakes.

Presented as a set of two, the tumblers are a fun birthday or housewarming gift.

These tumblers are part of Ichendorf’s Marine Garden collection. Designed by Alessandra Baldereschi, each design is inspired by the underwater world. Choose from playful pieces featuring coral, seaweed and colourful fish.

Discover the Ichendorf Milano glassware collection.

Each Ichendorf Milano piece is hand-crafted, so you may notice some slight differences between glasses. But, this only adds to their charm – no two are the same!

Dishwasher safe at low temperatures.

About Ichendorf Milano 

Glassware masters Ichendorf Milano specialise in functional and beautiful drinkware, from water tumblers to wine decanters. Established in the early twentieth century, the brand began life in Quadrath-Ichendorf, Germany, before moving to Italy’s design capital, Milan. Ichendorf Milano collaborates with Italian designers to create striking collections. Each collection combines traditional techniques with modern designs.


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