Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8
Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8
Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8
Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8
Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8
Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8
Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8
Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8

Acatl Recycled Mezcal Small Glasses, Set of 8

Set of coloured handblown mezcal glasses, 100ml.
Regular price£169.00
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Colour

The Acatl collection is inspired by the ancient Mexican method of tying flowers or canes together, called Acatl, with the X shape representing the shape created when tied together at the centre.

Made from 100% recycled glass, the coloured glasses are handblown in Tonalá, Jalisco, using traditional methods. This results in slight variations in size and bubbles, adding individuality and texture to the pieces. The recycled glass tumblers are available in 6 colourways and come as a set of 8.

Material: 100% recycled glass.
Size: 6cm x 7cm | 100ml
Care instructions: Dishwasher and microwave safe. Due to the item's individual production, there may be small variations in size and bubbles from piece to piece We love these details that give individuality to the pieces.

Handblown in Mexico. Delivery 1-2 weeks. Free returns to our UK warehouse.


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ABOUT THE BRAND

La Muerte Tiene Permiso*

Founded by architect and designer Omar Ortiz Franco, La muerte tiene permiso* arose from a desire to share a contemporary Mexican design aesthetic in a European context. The brand partners with generations-old workshops around Mexico to create objects informed in part by the crafts, histories and folk stories of Mexico, and also by Omar’s architectural design aesthetic. The collections combine the unique materials and historic traditions of his country with a contemporary finish that focuses on clean lines and attention to materials. The * at the end of the brand’s name symbolises that every object has its own story waiting to be researched.


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