You can see at first sight: The Tela tumbler by Hay is something special.
The unique manufacturing process results in a textile pattern on the glasses by Hay. The aim of the designer duo Silo is always to give industrial and everyday products a craftsmanship character. This Wrong for Hay Tela tumbler is a perfect example of this philosophy: The mouth blown glass is shaped in a fireproof weave when it is still hot.
This is how textile patterns with weaves and seams are created on the Tela glass. Every glass is a unique piece, not exactly like any other piece, as the manufacturing process is by hand. The Hay Tela tumbler in particular is, of course, well suited to the Tela Carafe and the Tela Bowl from the collection which was designed by the British design studio Silo for Hay.