The slightly askew bulb laid bare gives Miconos its visual interest, casting light directly from the incandescent through the transparent glass shade.
Thin-stemmed and slender, this just might be the perfect postprandial wine glass. All Zalto Glass House wine glasses are masterfully hand-blown from lip to base, a design process that delivers style and durability in equally generous measure.
This hand-blown glass has a generous bowl to allow your wine to breathe and develop. This is the ultimate glass for robust whites and light to medium-bodied reds, particularly Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays.
Cheers to these elegantly hand-blown champagne glasses. And this renowned stemware, designed with one of the world's top sommeliers, is feather-light but incredibly strong.
Serve up your Adam’s ale in a vessel rivaling any wine glass for style. This design marries a thin bowl with a short stem for extra stability, and also does double duty as a wine glass—it’s become a go-to choice for industry wine tastings.
- At ICFF last month, jGoodDesign debuted several new products from their collection of hand-blown glass lighting.
- The Space Race of the 1960s greatly influenced modernism in design and architecture. Like the astronauts that inspired them, these designs dare to boldly go where no one has gone before.
These hand-blown Bordeaux glasses are feather-light, yet incredibly durable. It’s generous bowl is ideal for robust red wines, such as Bordeaux and California Cabernets.