Noticed recently: artisanal glassware in striking, multicolored combinations. Here, a list of our latest finds for stirring up the monochromatic tabletop this summer.
Above: Designer Anna Karlin’s Bedside Carafe Set is an opaque green glass carafe with a bright blue drinking glass/lid; $330 at Garde.
Above: Design Jochen Holz’s 2 Colour Incalmo Jug is available in four different color combinations of glass parts that have been fused together; £155 ($224) at The New Craftsman.
Above: Also by Holz are the Incalmo Champagne Flutes, which, like the Incalmo Jug, are made of free-blown borosilicate glass resulting in one-of-kind wavy shapes seen in the glass. The pair of flutes are £140 ($202) at The New Craftsman.
Above: A green and purple Glass Jug and Cup Set is £192 ($277) at Momosan Shop.
Above: The Handblown Carafe with Glasses is handmade in bright lemon and pale green glass by Michael Ruh; £195 ($281) at The New Craftsman.
Above: Jochen Holz’s Pair of Incalmo Wine Glasses are like the champagne flutes. The glasses can be bought in random combinations or in specific custom colors as pair for £150 ($216) at The New Craftsman.
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