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Rejoice, alcoholic chem geeks: Laboratory glassware as drinkware

Chem geeks, this is one for you: drinkware based on the ubiquitous laboratory glass containers used in lab experiments. Periodic Tableware is the brainchild of designer Marshall Jamshidi, and the range includes the Wine Glass (a laboratory beaker with a classic wine stem and base that is graduated to 200 ml but can hold up to 300 ml), the Martini Glass (which merges a classic martini top with an Erlenmeyer flask base) and the Cocktail Shaker (a thick walled filtering flask is the foundation piece, with additions of a custom designed strainer, stirring rod, and shaking plug in stainless steel). The collection looks pretty darn fine. We want some.

Periodic Drinkware: wine
Periodic Drinkware: martini
Periodic Drinkware: rocks
Periodic Drinkware: decanter
Periodic Drinkware: highball
Periodic Drinkware: cocktail shaker

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