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Handblown Glass Tumblers

Glasses at the heart of a community.

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Each of these pieces is part of the Shelter Collection, designed in Charleston, South Carolina and produced by a team of artisans in Star, North Carolina. After the closing of a factory in Star left a large portion of the town unemployed, nonprofit STARworks used the vacant building to start a full-scale ceramics and glassblowing studio, reviving the community economy by drawing artisans and craftspeople from all over the world. The Shelter Collection is a testament to the power of art in rebuilding communities.

Classic and clear, smoky and sultry, or bright blue as a summer sky: which glass are you? Whatever your color, each glass is hand blown to achieve an unexpected domed shape and their surface has a slight ribbed effect, created as the blower forms the shape of the glass. These textured stunners, available in tall or short sizes, are ready for any kind of table, from a casual Friday look to Sunday night festivities.

  • Made in: Star, North Carolina
  • Made of: Glass
  • Size: Sold individually. Short is 2.6" H x 2.75" in diameter and holds 8 ounces; Tall is 4.25" H x 3" in diameter and holds 16 ounces.

Sourced from: The Shelter Collection

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Photography by Rocky Luten.

Care & Notes

Dishwasher safe.



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