The Perfect Martini and the Perfect Martini Pitcher


Tom Felt

Description

A look at the ubiquitous West Virginia Glass Specialty cocktail pitcher, one of the most common and easily recognized forms in mid-century barware. Virtually every decorating company, including Gay Fad, offered their own unique designs on this blank, making it one of the most popular collectibles in the barware field today. And the perfect martini? Tom Felt will share his recipe — and let the controversy begin!

Hosted at the Ohio Glass Museum on June 22 at 2 p.m.

About the Presenter

Tom Felt volunteers as the Director of the Museum of American Glass, located in Weston, West Virginia. He also coordinates MAGWV’s annual American Mid-Century Modern Glass Symposium held on the third weekend in August, as well as the month-long American Mid-Century Modern Glass College Online. He has authored books on a diverse range of subjects including glass candlesticks, the L. E. Smith Glass Company, cobalt glass, modern Steuben, and Locke Art, as well as monographs on many other topics. He is editor of MAGWV’s quarterly magazine, All About Glass, and also heads the Museum’s publishing imprint, The Glass Flakes Press.

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