Food52 x Mosser Chelsea Glass 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set
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In a blue that’s all ours.
Mosser Glass is a family-owned company in Cambridge, Ohio making beautiful glass pieces from vintage molds since 1970. We’ve been huge fans of theirs for years, and their creations have been some of our best-loved, by you and us! Their pink, green, and grey glass gets us all googly-eyed, but we were itching for something to call our very own. So we asked nicely, and Mosser agreed to let us have our own exclusive color! We were beyond flattered, this being the first time ever that Mosser has mixed up a special color for anyone. We dreamt up a glossy, not-too-bright, not-too-deep blue and you helped us pick out the name Chelsea, after our neighborhood in New York City. This set of 3 nesting bowls give you an array of sizes for every tasks, from whisking a few eggs or making a big batch of cookies. And in our new blue, we’re positive they’ll make their way to your tabletop, too!
Photography by Rocky Luten, Mark Weinberg, & Alpha Smoot
Details & Materials -
Set of 3. Small is 5.75" in diameter x 3.25" H and holds 20 ounces, medium is 7.25" in diameter x 3.75" H and holds 40 ounces, and large is 8.75" in diameter x 4.25" H and holds 65 ounces
Care & Notes -
Not oven or microwave safe. Hand wash in warm soapy water.
Meet the Maker
Right in the heart of Ohio, Mosser Glass has been making their handcrafted products for over three decades. But even before that, Thomas Mosser's father, Orie, was the plant manager of another glass company. He began working there himself, learned the trade, and when that operation closed, decided to launch his own. It's truly a family business: his wife Georgianna designs the original pieces with an eye for antique goods, his son Tim is the plant manager, and his daughters Sally and Mindy oversee the office.View Full Profile
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