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Object of Desire: A Minimal-Luxe Water Carafe and Glasses from Rose Uniacke in London

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Object of Desire: A Minimal-Luxe Water Carafe and Glasses from Rose Uniacke in London

January 18, 2019

English designer Rose Uniacke has a way with the luxe-minimal look: her London house and conservatory alike are glamorous without being gaudy, old-world and sumptuous (she was trained as a furniture restorer and gilder) but not overstuffed. The same holds true for the wares in her online shop, including this covetable faceted water glasses and pitcher. Take a look:

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Above: The cut-crystal Water Jug & Glasses have faceted sides: “perfect for the bedside table, small meeting, or lemonade in the garden,” Uniacke notes. The set is $418.54.
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Above: The glassware is made in a factory in Transdanubia, a region in Hungary, and has “a heritage stretching back to 1878.”  The jug is designed to be narrow enough to grip without a handle.
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Above: Glassware from Uniacke’s RU Glass collection.

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