Object: Tiki Glasses for Your Home Tiki Bar

Cambridge-based glass designer Andrew Iannazzi makes hand-blown, intricately detailed tiki glasses worth a closer look.

Want to recreate the tiki bar experience in the safety of your home but aren’t sure where to start? We’ve found the perfect tiki glasses to get you started. All you need to do is find the mini-umbrellas.

What is it: Handmade mold blown glass tiki mugs, available in four designs: Moai, Head Hunter, Warrior, and O.G. Tiki; and five colors: Crystal, Lava Red, Blue Lagoon, Jungle Fog, and Eclipse.

Who made it: Andrew Iannazzi, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based glass designer interested in iconic imagery, form, and functionality. He began glassblowing while attending Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. His work has been featured in The Boston Globe, The New York Times, Artful Home, and elsewhere.

Where it’s made: Iannazzi blew these tiki glasses in his Cambridge studio.

Why we love it: Summertime is the perfect time for embracing tiki kitsch. With these glasses, you can enjoy the fun of a tiki bar from the comfort of your own home, while supporting the finely detailed work of a local maker.

Where you can get it: The four designs of tiki glass can be purchased individually or as a set from Iannazzi’s website.

Janet ReynoldsObject: Tiki Glasses for Your Home Tiki Bar

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