Brauchzeit 'Weizen' (Wheat Beer) Glass Set, des. Jakub Vanis for Ritzenhoff


Expeditions and Nordic runes: two quintessential elements of Viking life are stylishly presented in earthy, golden tones on these gorgeous Custom Time Weizen (wheat beer) glasses designed by Czech Republic-based Jakub Vanis for Ritzenhoff.

    A real all-rounder, this universally usable beer glass set consists of two glasses featuring different illustrations and comes presented in an attractive box. 

    About Jakub Vanis

    Jakub Vaniš owes his inspiration to his carefree childhood in the Jizera Mountains in northern Bohemia. Whether freehand design, a classic sketchbook or a tablet: he uses everything to create modern art.

    Product Details: 

    • Item Number: 3481010
    • Designer: Jakub Vanis
    • Collection: Autumn 2023
    • Material: Crystal Glass
    • Diameter: 7.55cm
    • Width: 7.55cm
    • Length: 7.55
    • Height: 25.4cm 
    • Max filling volume: 646ml 
    • Care & usage instructions: dishwasher safe 
    • Ritzenhoff brand quality ‐ Made in Germany

    About Ritzenhoff: 

    The "Brauchzeit" range celebrates the sociable character of beer, which is full of history and continually writes new stories. With new interpretations of traditional motifs, Ritzenhoff glassware combines tradition with modernity.

    The Ritzenhoff story:

    From small, modest beginnings, the family business Ritzenhoff has developed into one of the most renowned glass manufacturers in Germany. High-quality crystal glass has been manufactured at the company's site in Marsberg in the Sauerland since 1904. The name Ritzenhoff first appeared in 1934, when the glass wholesaler Heinrich Ritzenhoff joined the company. In 1968, the glass manufacturer 'Marsberger Glasfabrik GmbH' was renamed 'Marsberger Glaswerke Ritzenhoff GmbH'.

    With great passion for glass, around 450 employees work today to delight Ritzenhoff customers with exceptional products. This is primarily possible because Ritzenhoff carries out all production steps itself in its own glassworks, from the development of the glass shape to production and finishing and the 'Made in Germany' label.