Jadeite Glass Hen
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The cutest container out there.
Can you envision a more adorable vessel? This milk glass hen on a nest feels just a little vintage, but you could fit it on any kind of table setting -- casual or formal. Spoon a sauce from it, or fill it with candies and keep it on a side table. Don't restrict it to the kitchen either -- the little glass top can hide any sort of surprise or knick-knack. This is storage at its most whimsical.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Base is 6 1/2” x 5 1/2”; Top is 4 7/8” x 3 3/4”
Care & Notes -
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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