The absolute in modernist sophistication, Aarne glassware made its debut in 1948 and took martinis by storm throughout the 1950s. Hand-blown in Finland of clear, lead-free glass, the line showcases thick bases and straight sides that flare outward with clean, simple elegance. Each glass, whether tall and slender for beer or short and trumpet-shaped for bourbon, feels weighty and compelling in the hand. A pitcher and ice bucket augment the collection. Finnish designer Goran Hongell won a gold medal for Aarne in 1954 at the Milan Triennale, and today the collection claims a permanent home in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.