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William Yeoward Bunny Double Old Fashioned Tumbler

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) drinks from a William Yeoward Double Old Fashioned Tumbler in Die Another Day.
James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) drinks from a William Yeoward Double Old Fashioned Tumbler in Die Another Day.
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photo © William Yeoward
William Yeoward Double Old Fashioned Tumbler, 'Bunny' design
photo © William Yeoward

photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM
The intricate design of the William Yeoward tumbler can be seen clearly in this shot of James Bond drinking from the tumbler.
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM

photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM
Bond holds the glass while looking at The Birds of the West Indies book.
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM

In Die Another Day (2002), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) drinks from a William Yeoward Bunny Double Old Fashioned Tumbler.

In Havana, Cuba, James Bond meets with Raoul (Emilio Echevarría), a cigar factory owner who works as a British sleeper agent. During the meeting, both Raoul and Bond drink an unknown liquor (probably rum) in a William Yeoward Double Old Fashioned Tumbler.

A glassware set including a decanter and the glasses can first be seen when Bond and Raoul first meet on the rooftop terrace and it looks like those are the same glasses. Then in the next scene in Raoul's office, one of the two glasses can prominently be seen next to the telephone that Raoul uses. And Bond picks up his own glass and holds it while he talks and looks for useful items in Raoul's villa. Bond finds binoculars and the Birds of the West Indies book, which he will use for his cover story as a bird watcher.

The glass is a William Yeoward Double Old Fashioned Tumbler, with 'Bunny' design. Bunny is an elegant pattern originating from the late 18th century.

Height: 4 1/2" (11.4cm)
Width: 3 3/4" (9.5cm)
14oz (400ml)

The William Yeoward Bunny DOF tumbler is not produced anymore (it was only recently taken out of production, in 2021), but was part of a Bunny series of glassware, which includes a High Ball Glass, Champagne Flute, Wine Goblet, Old Fashioned and Double Old Fashioned tumblers and a Vase.

You can still find the glass on some online stores in the US for around $160 - $200. A few other pieces from the Bunny collection can still be found on the William Yeoward website and other websites.

Complete the look

James Bond wears a Brioni Floral Shirt shirt and Persol 2672 sunglasses and drives a Ford Fairlane in the Cuba scenes.

For more glassware in Bond films, click here.

Thanks to Ian for the alert

Product Code: 
fd056

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