The Blade Runner Shot Glass
As seen in: Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049
Designer: Cini Boeri, Arnolfo di Cambio
Whisky glasses as seen in Blade Runner – gift boxed set of 2
The Cibi Old Fashioned Glass now known as the Blade Runner Glass was designed by the Italian architect, Cini Boeri, for Arnolfo di Cambio.
Arnolfo di Cambio is a well-known Italian glassmaker. The company released the Blade Runner glass set in 1973 without the thought that it would be seen in a movie, more so, being held and sipped from by Harrison Ford (Rick Decker in Blade Runner, 1982). The scene where he drinks from the Blade Runner glass is most memorable with the mood it expresses.
Several features of the Blade Runner shot glass:
– X-shape design of the glass meant to make for an easier grip.
– Hand-made crystal and blown glass by mouth
– Comes in a set of two
– Available in singles
– Comes in 2 different sizes: 37cl and 22cl
Whiskey tastes better when you drink it from high-quality hand-made crystal.
The Blade Runner glass set of two is a must-have for fans, collectors, and whiskey drinkers alike. It comes in a simple but elegant branded black box with a red interior.
For those who look for good value for their money, there is the Blade Runner whiskey glass replica. Still hand-made and mouth-blown glass from the same glassmakers of the original.
Blade Runner whiskey glass replica is available at Amazon.