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Stone Wares

Posted on by Alan Darcy

Functional art handcrafted in the U.S.A. from natural materials. Granite stones are gathered from the regional rivers and beaches and utilized in designs that gracefully manage to convey the outdoor essence of New England indoors as decorative, inventive and purposeful … Continue reading

Recycled Glass Tableware

Posted on by Alan Darcy

These beautiful plates are made from recycled glass by a very talented artist. Inspired by the sea glass that they would find on the beach, they imagined durable, elegant, and beautiful place settings that would replicate this feeling. These pieces … Continue reading

Acrylic and Melamine Tableware

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Perfect for boating, RVing, outdoor eating or everyday use, this collection of acrylic dinnerware and stemware allows you to entertain without the stress of breakage.  These pieces offer all of the beauty of glass or ceramic with the durability of … Continue reading

Stainless Steel Barware

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Enjoy your favorite beer or any drink hot or cold in the Double Walled Beer Mug, Cocktail Glasses, and Stemless Wine Glasses. These pieces have polished stainless steel interiors and brushed stainless steel exteriors. Dishwasher safe. All designs are subject … Continue reading

Pewter/ Crystal

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These elegant pieces are a combination of 100% lead free pewter and fine Bohemian crystal. All the pieces were handcrafted in California by Baker Art Foundry. Regardless of which design you choose these exquisite sculptures are a great idea for … Continue reading

Sealife Stacking Cups

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Michael Revil Madjus is a Product Designer in Toronto who marries “functionality with a playful sensibility.” Save precious space but never compromise on style- these stacking porcelain mugs are  functional and lovely enough for the most elegant tea party. These … Continue reading

Fire and Light

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Conceptualized by a small group of people in a recycling minded community, Fire & Light continues to utilize a once wasted resource and recast it into beautiful glassware. The process begins with community members recycling their bottles and jars. After … Continue reading