The Modern America range is a revival of a historical range of glassware which was inspired by America's first fine handcrafted glass and designed by American designer, Edwin W. Fuerst.
This range was first created in an era of transformation which coincided with the last years of the Art Deco period, the first World's Fair, the II World War and the end of fine completely handcrafted glass by ONIS, (due to the conversion to the war effort).
The stemware comes in five different shapes: the Coupe, Wine/Cocktail, Nick&Nora, Gin&Tonic and Martini. The robust and curved bottomed tumblers are ideal for all types of drinks (except hot drinks) and benefit from Xtratuff treatment.
The Modern America range is a revival of a historical range of glassware which was inspired by America's first fine handcrafted glass and designed by American
Tulip Bowl & glasses
The Tulip punch bowl and matching glasses was the winning design from the Glassology contest 2016. It was inspired by the Dutch Golden Age when both the
The Gats, created by Yochen Verbeeck from Belgium, was the winning concept from the second edition of the Glassology Design Contest.
ONIS designed its Bespoke range for more sophisticated surroundings and refined drinking experiences. The long and thin stem, coupled with its large footplate
Looking at the shape of the TarQ collection, you may recognise design queues from the LinQ range. Both are stackable and benefit from Xtratuff heat treatment
Named after the wide diamond cut band that frames the pattern, the thickness of the Radiant glass and its elegant looks help convey a vintage appearance.
As the name suggests, SPKSY collection pays homage to the infamous speakeasy bars which were popular during the US Prohibition era of the 1920s and early
Hobstar is named after a specific cut glass design unique to ONIS that was developed between 1876 and 1925, also known as the 'brilliant period of American