All fluted up.
A throwback fluted glass pitcher made of practically indestructible borosilicate glass—a no-brainer for classing up your table setting. Each piece is handcrafted by master glassblower, without the use of molds and is fluted on the inside, rather than the outside like most traditional fluted designs. Designed in Chicago and influenced by Italian design, their designer is the recipient of several awards for her detailed, minimalist work.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Mark Weinberg
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We're calling it saucepan-pourri.
A toe-kick drawer for baking sheets! A spot for bulky utensils!
Choose a dry day, dig out an old T-shirt, and get to work.
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