Competition: WIN a set of two Blade Runner whisky glass tumblers
We’re feeling all buoyant with the recent launch of our new website and so to celebrate (we’re all heart), we’re giving away a set of two ‘Blade Runner glasses’ worth £99 – the exact stunning Cibi Double Old Fashioned glass tumblers that Deckard is seen drinking whisky from in Blade Runner (1982) and which also make an appearance in Blade Runner 2049 (2017). Oh the Joi!
These are not cheap copies that some websites are promoting.
Probably the coolest whiskey tumbler ever designed (by Cini Boeri), the 1974 tumbler is a ‘Double Old Fashion’ made from hand blown crystal glass. Film and Furniture fans will know we have been a long standing source for these stunning glasses – you can read more about them in our feature here. Lucky for us all, they’re still in production by the Arnolfo di Cambio company which was founded in Tuscany, Italy in 1963 and in the course of three generations has become one of Italy’s leading glass manufacturers.
We can confirm first-hand (having tried and tested our own set here at Film and Furniture) that these are stunning, weighty glasses and have been kindly given to us by our partners Hard to Find Whisky especially for Film and Furniture readers.
We will also include a certificate of authenticity with your prize.
To win, answer the following question:
In Blade Runner (1982) The Tyrell Corporation (named after is founder Eldon Tyrell) designed and produced the original replicants. What is their company motto?
Note: This competition is now closed and the winner has been notified. Congratulations to Annaloa who was the 49th person to answer our question correctly (49th chosen in honour of Blade Runner 2049) and a set of 2 Cibi glass tumblers worth £99 as seen in Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049 are winging their way to our lucky winner. The answer to our question “In Blade Runner (1982) The Tyrell Corporation (named after is founder Eldon Tyrell) designed and produced the original replicants. What is their company motto?” is of course “More Human Than Human”.