A whimsical glassware collection that will bring your dining table to life.

Following on the footsteps of her Animal Farm glasses and the Greenwood collection that brought natural elements like branches and leaves into glassware, Italian designer Alessandra Baldereschi has created another fairy tale-like series. Produced by Ichendorf Milano, the Animal Farm collection transforms classic glassware into playful items that are as eye-catching as they are memorable. The designs join the previously released glasses, with both new creatures inhabiting the glassware and new items added to the range. Cute animals like the hedgehog, rabbit, squirrel, snail, and turtle become main characters in tableware settings.

Inspired by childhood memories and nature, the line aims to make kitchens and gatherings brighter and more fun. The collection includes tumblers and jugs as well as water pitchers and paperweights. Each product is home to a different animal, making the glassware look like quirky decorative objects. When filled, they become even more whimsical and fantasy-like. Hand-blown from borosilicate glass, the Animal Farm collection is durable and crafted to last. The new glasses come in six versions, the paperweights in four different designs, while the jugs come in eleven versions. Photographs© Foto Studio Internazionale, Alberto Strada, Ichendorf Milano.

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