Bombay Sapphire Jewel Glass

It’s cold gin time again. And this time, you know it’s for real. William f Boujon has for you exactly what your distinguished hand desires for this exquisite moment. A glass, a cocktail, a fancy jewel. These are the words of Boujon’s Pampille Glass, a conceptual glass made for the discerning eyes of Bombay Sapphire. It’s not yet reached the production phase, and may never reach your lips unless your lips are let loose below. Alcohol posting a plus.

It seems a bit unreasonable until you consider the human. The human stands on two legs. The human cannot stand up vertical without the brain of the human. The same is true of this glass. It can sit down just fine, but without the hand of its master.

Lay it flat, or pick it up, allow the blue glass to carry your hand.

Don’t drink too quickly. Be fabulous.

Designer: William f Boujon

12 Comments

  • Lamah says:

    Just what I need, yet another design for a glass that can’t be put down.

    • A'n says:

      Because i saw it, and touched one of the prototypes, i can affirm that this class on a plan surface is Perfectly stable.!;)

    • A'n says:

      Because i saw it, and touched one of the prototypes, i can affirm that this class on a plan surface is Perfectly stable.!;)

  • Phil Power says:

    This looks like one of those mobile phone charms.

    Appears a very unstable design with a very small point of contact.

    Plenty of wastage from spilling I think, maybe a ploy by the drinks manufacture…………?

  • Carl says:

    very nice design. would have love to have seen the base on this too like an ear ring all loose. good luck with it.

  • M says:

    Beautiful not practical.

    not because of the unstable base (which i dont have a problem with)

    it is the direct heat given from your palm that would quickly warm down your drink thats the problem.

  • Jenna says:

    A warm martini is disgusting.

  • A'n says:

    come on…

  • A'n says:

    come on…

  • Edmond says:

    looks rather generic

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