Sieger’s new Ca’ d’Oro collection infuses every sip with wit and light.
Brothers Christian and Michael Sieger aim to imbue each of their designs, be it hand-cut silk ties or objets d’art, with a spark of their personal joie de vivre. In partnership with 270-year-old fine porcelain manufacturer, Fürstenberg, the German duo designed these gossamer-thin Sip of Gold vessels ($138 to $229 apiece). Michael Sieger, the creative half of the brand (sieger-germany.com), drew his inspiration from a gift given to him by his wife: a classic silver goblet that soon became one of his favorite personal pieces. Twenty-four-karat gold rims the handmade porcelain goblets and coats their insides, elevating the drinking experience by creating a playful illusion: When filled with Champagne in particular, the tumblers appear to be filled with a sparkling liquid gold. They come in graphical black and white stripes, dots, and checks as well as solid black or white with elaborate relief patterns. A 99 percent platinum edition is also available.