Vintage Primitive Mid-Century Mexico Felipe Derflingher hand blown and metal imprisoned Cocktail Pitcher

Beautiful hand blown glass. Pontil mark on bottom.

Dark bronze / brown color glass.

Glass extends outside it's metal "prison" in areas that were cut out.

Excellent piece for a classic cocktail bar.

This is a work of art from a know glass artist from Mexico in the 1950's!!

9 7/8" tall

4 1/4" diameter

No chips or fleabites on glass!!!

Filipe Derflingher was a famous glass blower from Mexico. A 1964 edition of Popular Mechanics featured his process of imprisoned glass. He explained how he made cylinders of metal with cutout shapes which he then blew molten glass into creating bulging glass out of the openings. This bulging resulted in the bubbles that you see in the glasses here. Each glass has the pontil mark on the bottom where the glass was cut off. These glasses have become highly sought after.

ITEM ID
E301548
COLOR
Bronze
ORIGIN
Mexico • Mexican
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Vintage Primitive Mid-Century Mexico Felipe Derflingher Brutalist hand blown and metal imprisoned Cocktail Pitcher

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