Recycled Glass Dome & Cheese Board
Cheese the day.
You may wanna sit down and grab a bite or two (Parmesan and olives, perhaps?) because this duo has quite a story to tell. For starters, that dome is handblown by artisans in Guatemala using nothing but recycled glass. And then there’s that cheese board: It’s crafted in Guatemala, too—by a workshop that’s dedicated to using only sustainably sourced wood. Both are sized just right for a wedge of fromage or a smaller spread of snacks (and we can’t get over what a pretty pair they make).
Photography by Ty Mecham
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