From the first designs that made our mark on the world, to our newest destined-to-be-classic silhouettes: discover a collection (or three!) that inspires you to curate a selection entirely your own.
Contemporary angles add balanced geometry to any setting. Flat panes showcase glass brilliance and artisan skill. A perpetual bestseller, and for good reason.
Inspired by Paul Revere's iconic silver bowl, the timeless aesthetic of this collection features a stately round base, gentle curves and victorious rise to the brim.
Each contemporary elliptical silhouette shows a reverence for the craft, without sacrificing everyday functionality. A sophisticated way to set the table.
One of Simon’s first designs, the clean, curved lines and signature sturdy bases lend simple elegance and versatility, ideal for formal entertaining or everyday use.
Handmade by a duo of master glassblowers working in tandem, each iconic globe-and-stem design is a testament to the power of teamwork and tradition.
The 16th century use of wooden molds in glassblowing inspired us to highlight the relationship between sustainably-sourced hardwoods and brilliant glass.
Ocean-inspired ruffled rims and tranquil curves make these a unique housewarming, host or bridal shower gift. No two pieces are exactly alike.
Simon has always been captivated by the substantial proportions and elegant silhouettes of 18th Century glass. A bestseller since its debut nearly 30 years ago.
Angular, sophisticated and a bit mysterious, the Golden Ratio shows itself in the natural proportions and graceful strength found in its namesake coastal town.
Named for the 1825 Vermont woolen mill we call home, the well-balanced heft of each piece symbolizes the weight of creation and making one’s place in the world.
Bold, contemplative pieces built from generous portions of liquid glass lift the restrictions of the classical form. Creativity flouts both convention and moderation.
Luminous reflectivity. Simple symmetry. This collection reimagines ancient vessels from a Roman riverboat discovered at the bottom of the Rhône.
Proceeds from each of these designs go toward Simon’s son Kevin’s nonprofit, founded to promote a mindful approach to brain injury prevention and recovery.
Each design combines two pieces of glass created at once: a feat of timing, temperature and consistency, and a challenge to our notions of form and function.
Paging through a beloved pottery book inspired our artisans to revive a historical labor-intensive glazing technique that comes to life anew in each crystallized design.
From a single piece of locally grown wood comes each hand-turned New England hardwood bowl. Environmentally sound. Aesthetically stunning.