This timeless lemonade set won a gold medal at the 1960 Triennale in Milan. The set consists of an aquamarine or clear glass decanter and clear glasses. Its author, Adolf Matura, has made his mark in the history of contemporary design with numerous realisations in the field of utility glass, which have lost none of their topicality and originality to this day. Reproduction of the original in the UPM
Adolf Matura (1921-1979) was actively involved in several glass disciplines, he is known as a creator of cut and engraved glass and designer of pressed glass, but his designs also include a set of cups with a teapot made of boiling glass. In his early years he designed table and complementary glassware shaped by blowing and cutting; during the 1960s he worked with the Moser glassworks, for whom he created a number of designs. From the mid-1960s, the focus of Adolf Matura's artistic work shifted to pressed glass.