Fire and Light Dinnerware

Fire and Light Dinnerware

Beautiful dish wear created from recycled glass bottles and jars. An environmentally friendly way to say happy holidays to a family member or friend that loves to entertain!

  • made of stainless steel by artist Mary Jurek. Hand hammered pieces that slip into one another and balance to form a modern menorah. Very unusual and very pretty.

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  • From Sculptor Patrick Meyer comes this lead-free pewter organic and unusual modern menorah.

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  • From Mariposa, this lovely sandcast aluminum menorah is both organic in shape and yet tech in materials. I love it, it reminds me of a mini stonehenge! The New Traditions Menorah was designed by Michael Updike, and is sandcast ... From Mariposa, this lovely sandcast aluminum menorah is both organic in shape and yet tech in materials. I love it, it reminds me of a mini stonehenge! The New Traditions Menorah was designed by Michael Updike, and is sandcast and polished by hand in Mexico. Placing in standing water will stain this piece. Hand wash in sudsy water. Never put this piece in the dishwasher. Use a non-abrasive metal polish occasionally to revive its soft luster.

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  • Simon Pearce has long been known for his elegant simple glass work. Sophisticated design sets him apart from the many tabletop designers out there. Now, he makes a stunning menorah. Details below: The Simon Pearce Menorah c... Simon Pearce has long been known for his elegant simple glass work. Sophisticated design sets him apart from the many tabletop designers out there. Now, he makes a stunning menorah. Details below: The Simon Pearce Menorah combines hand blown glass candle holders with contemporary ironwork design. Simon Pearce designs and manufactures original products in hand blown glass, handmade pottery and other fine home products. Founded in 1971, Simon Pearce orginated as a small glassblowing workshop in Kilkenny, Ireland. In 1981, the operation was moved to a historic woolen mill on the banks of the Ottauquechee River in Quechee, Vermont. To prevent possible breakage, do not burn candles more than 1" from the candlestick.

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  • What a fabulous piece! Two intertwined golden dragons hold up a bisque porcelain fluted bowl in black. This will certainly bring a lot of drama to your home. By L'Objet, one of my favorite new lines.

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