To the Trade

The Simon Pearce To the Trade program offers designers, architects, restaurants, hotels and more the opportunity to create custom-designed pieces unique to their specific needs. (If you are a retailer searching for more information on carrying the Simon Pearce product line, please contact our customer service department at 877.452.7769 or wholesale@simonpearce.com.) See also our Design Professional program: Focal Point.

Simon Pearce, creator of original designs in handblown glass and handmade pottery, is pleased to offer our experience and expertise to the trade. 

Founded in 1971, Simon Peace originated as a small glassblowing workshop in Kilkenny, Ireland. In 1981, the operation moved to a historic woolen mill on the banks of the Ottauquechee River in Quechee, Vermont. Today Simon Pearce has production facilities in Vermont and Maryland and eight retail stores.

From inception, we have maintained a dedication to creating pieces that are beautifully designed and produced with premium quality materials and time-honored techniques. The architect or designer who chooses to work with us will benefit from our proprietary materials, master quality and design expertise.

Our two-fold program consists of hotel and restaurant offerings as well as the unique opportunity for designers and architects to work directly with our master glass blowers and potters in the design and production of custom pieces in glass, pottery or mixed materials.

All pieces will be fabricated in our studios in Vermont. For more information, please contact Jon Silver at jsilver@simonpearce.com or 802-356-9253.

Materials:

  • Stoneware/vitrified porcelain
  • Proprietary glass formulae
  • Over 500 glaze colors

Services:

  • Design - Technical drawings if needed
  • Color matching glazes for pottery

Pricing:

Pricing will be determined on a per project basis.
Variables will include:

  • A minimum of $10,000 is required in order to create a custom piece
  • Prep work
  • Mold charges
  • Color matching services

Delivery:

Estimate 4-6 weeks for first sample.
Final production dependent upon revisions, quantity and other variables.

Terms:

  • 50% Deposit (includes one revision)
  • 50% Due upon receipt
  • Additional charges may accrue with change of work order after first sample approval.