Search results for "Leigh Hendrik Cosentino Glasses"

  • Leigh Hendrik Cosentino sunglasses concept Leigh Hendrik Cosentino sunglasses concept - Photo

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    • Three

      I think Leigh Hendrik Cosentino's sunglass concept is fun, very summery, and aquatic, brings a smile to my face.


  • PAVINA Double Wall Espresso / Shot Glass PAVINA Double Wall Espresso / Shot Glass - Photo

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    • gmitra

      I'm so hot for her, I'm so hot for her. I'm so hot for her and she's so cold. I'm so hot for her, I'm on fire for her. I'm so hot for her and she's so cold.


  • VAUGHAN- Glass Lantern VAUGHAN- Glass Lantern - Photo

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    • kellywearstler

      I feel that Vaughan produces some of the best lighting in terms of craftsmanship, authenticity and aesthetics. The Glass lantern is a fantastic example of this.


  • Kalco Lighting 6 Light Chandelier w/ Murano Glass Kalco Lighting 6 Light Chandelier w/ Murano Glass - Photo

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    • marlenesalcido

      No house/apartment/room is complete without a glass chandelier.


  • Steuben Glass: Low Wave Bowl Steuben Glass: Low Wave Bowl - Photo

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    • Chris

      The trio of vessels in Ted Muehling’s new Wave series for Steuben Glass seeks to capture the gentle motion of the sea in its most tranquil, beguiling state. In the Low Wave bowl, the sheared blown-glass rim rolls back onto itself in an extraordinary confluence of artistry and craftsmanship that justifies the worldwide renown of its "romantic modernist" designer.


  • Blowzone: Glass and metal finials Blowzone: Glass and metal finials - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      Master glassblower Iestryn Davies is the proprietor of Britain’s Blowzone, a decorative glass company that offers contemporary, handmade window finials in a wide variety of shapes (including balls, vines and candle flames). Most finials combine glass and precious metals; custom patterns and colorways are available.


  • Joel Berman Glass Studios Joel Berman Glass Studios - Photo

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    • Chris

      Operating from a studio on Vancouver’s Granville Island, Joel Berman Glass Studios is one of the largest architectural art glass manufacturers in North America. The company specializes in cast glass for residential, corporate, commercial, hospitality and retail environments. Berman’s textures are unusual for glass but borrowed from the everyday. Eska looks like cracked ice on a pond; Arrigado captures the turbulence of stream water; Corrugated imitates the undulating pattern of the corrugated metal roofs of the tropics. These and other designs have found their way into partitions, furniture, light fixtures, doors, stair treads, sinks, walls, tiles and floors, and can also be matched to any Pantone color. Trade only.


  • Pyrex Glass Measuring Cups Pyrex Glass Measuring Cups - Photo

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  • Höglund Art Glass Gallery Höglund Art Glass Gallery - Photo

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    • Chris

      Future heirlooms can be had from Höglund Art Glass. These one-of-a-kind Ariel-, Graal-, incalmo- and sommerso-technique glass collectibles by Ola Höglund and Marie Simberg-Höglund reflect the landscape of New Zealand and Far North Queensland, the couple’s adopted home since migrating from Sweden in the early 1980s. The Höglunds’ luminous glass objects suggest that Sydney—and all of Australasia’s natural beauty—isn’t a distraction from design, but rather an inspiration for it.


  • Michael Davis Stained Glass Michael Davis Stained Glass - Photo

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    • Chris

      Michael Davis’s vibrant orange-red vessel uses a variation on a Venetian patterning technique which he calls the “stained glass roll-up”: an unleaded panel of stained glass is heated and rolled onto a metal collar to be worked.


  • Sonja Blomdahl Glass Sonja Blomdahl Glass - Photo

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    • Chris

      Sonja Blomdahl uses the demanding <i>incalmo</i> (literally, “with calm”) technique, in which blown pieces of open-sided colored glass are joined and shaped, to produce banded vessels and roundels in euphoric color sequences. Her signature inclusion of narrow rings of clear glass adds movement to the brilliant color.


  • Dante Marioni Glass Dante Marioni Glass - Photo

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      Second-generation Italian-American glassblower Dante Marioni mines the Venetian obsession with Roman shapes, making pitchers, amphorae and other Bacchanalian vessels in luxurious, arresting colors. The languid duet of pitcher and handled goblet displays the <i>filo</i> technique, in which a vessel is rimmed with a single glass thread of contrasting color. The idea for Marioni’s Cup Box, on the opposite page, came from the cardboard boxes of the same dimension (two feet high by one foot square) where he discarded the Venetian goblets he made for play and practice. One morning in 1997 he had the notion to place the goblets in a Plexi-glas box and use it as an end table. After his baby learned to walk, he sold it to a collector.


  • Bodum Pavina Double-Wall Thermo Glasses Bodum Pavina Double-Wall Thermo Glasses - Photo

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  • Spiegelau Authentis Tasting Glass Spiegelau Authentis Tasting Glass - Photo

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    • melissaclark

      The shapes are really nice and these are not as expensive as other crystal glasses. And they are dishwasher safe.


  • Riedel Sommelier Chianti/Zinfandel Glass Riedel Sommelier Chianti/Zinfandel Glass - Photo

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    • melissaclark

      These are fabulous for when I open a really good bottle of wine. The crystal is very thin and the shapes do matter. But who was room for all of those glasses? The Chiantai glass is a good multipurpose shape.


  • Riedel Overture Magnum Red Wine Glass Riedel Overture Magnum Red Wine Glass - Photo

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    • johnstorey

      It´s reasonably priced and our red wines tased good in it. Pinot Noir is the toughest one. It really makes a difference what glass you put it in.


  • Riedel Vinum Gourmet Glass Riedel Vinum Gourmet Glass - Photo

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  • Riedel Vinum Zinfandel (Sangiovese) glasses Riedel Vinum Zinfandel (Sangiovese) glasses - Photo

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    • shelleylindgren

      We tend to use this more for different whites than reds. It could be a good all purpose glass.


  • Riedel Extreme Burgundy glass Riedel Extreme Burgundy glass - Photo

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    • shelleylindgren

      We use this at the restaurant. It’s been really hard to find the right Burgundy glass and this was a breakthrough for us!


  • Spiegelau Vino Grande wine glasses Spiegelau Vino Grande wine glasses - Photo

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    • davidsinger

      You only really need 4 types of glasses: Bordeaux, Burgundy, White, and Champagne. Each shape brings out the particular characteristics of that type of wine. Spiegelau are almost as good as Reidel quality-wise, but they are less expensive and tend to be sturdier.