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Hudson Wilder came from a vintage Danish dinnerware set found at an estate sale in upstate New York. Now, they apply an ethos of “affordable simplicity” to all of their tableware offerings, including their hand-blown glassware, now available in covetable shades of autumnal amber.
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Above: “Each glass is individually handblown from exceptionally strong, borosilicate glass (Pyrex) that’s more durable than traditional glass and resistant to thermal shock,” according to Hudson Wilder. “You can use the glasses for both warm and cold liquids without any risk of shattering.” Shown is the Aita Short Glass in Amber ($43 for a set of two), designed to be multipurpose (and to stack). Photograph from Lulu and Georgia, where a set of two is $44. Above: The Aita Luna Amber Lip Glass is rimmed subtly in amber; $29 for a set of two. Above: The stackable Aita glasses come in a second size; shown are the Aita Amber Base Hand-Blown Tall Glasses, $45 for a set of two. They’re also available from Lulu and Georgia, $48 for a set of two.
Above: Also on offer is the Lotta Amber-Handle Tea/Coffee Cup, which “works equally well for coffee or tea and features a balance of form and function in an understated, minimal design.” A set of two is $39. Above: Another Aita Short Glass in Amber.
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