Introduction to library resources on history of drinking vessels, including goblets, beakers, cups and other drinking vessels. More information is available through The Library's catalog or by using the Rakow's Ask a Glass Question service.
Five design drawings for martini glasses with conical cups and ellipsoid elements applied as stems and feet.
Wendell Castle collaborated with gaffer Chris Rochelle June 19-20, 2012 during his time at GlassLab at The Corning Museum of Glass.
Each advertisement features a Bombay Sapphire bottle of dry gin with a unique cocktail glass. Advertisements feature "The Bombay Sapphire martini. As arranged by Ulla Darni dated 1994," "The Bombay Sapphire martini. As crafted by Stephen Dweck dated 1994," "The Bombay Sapphire martini for two. As entwined by Eliav Nissan dated 1998," "The Bombay Sapphire martini. As interpreted by Adam Tihany dated 1992," and "The Bombay Sapphire martini. As envisioned bt Michael Graves dated 1992." 2 sheets are photocopies. 3 sheets are clipped from an unknown source.
Tearsheets for 9 unique martini glasses by 9 featured artists. Artists include: Judith Leiber, AndreÌe Putman, Hilton McConnico, Richard Jolley, Ginny Ruffner, Robert Lee Morris, Michael Graves, Adam Tihany, and Milton Glaser. Letter included from Sherry P. Astmann with details of the glasses. "We have commissioned each of the designers to produce one-of-a-kind glass for the campaign. The artists are from various design fields.... All of the original glasses are in a showcase in our corporate office."