As a continuation of our quest to create the ultimate whiskey glass, Simon Pearce designers collaborated with WhistlePig distillers to make a weighty, curved glass that would heighten the experience — especially that of WhistlePig's American-style rye.
Named for the town where WhistlePig’s 500-acre farm and distillery is located, the Shoreham is a thoughtful collaboration between us Vermonters, and the perfect reason to slow down and enjoy every sip.
A VERMONT COLLABORATION
As fellow Vermonters with a passion for craft, Simon Pearce’s handcrafted glass is inspired by nature and designed to make the most of every moment; while WhistlePig is committed to making the world's finest and most interesting rye whiskeys using local resources and artisan traditions. Together, we’re working to heighten the experience of sipping whiskey: one of life’s simple pleasures.
The heat of the room, the hum of the furnace, the weight of the tools... a glassblowing studio is itself a living, breathing thing, in which even the world’s most masterful craftspeople can expect variations in the work they create.
Unlike mass-produced design, handmade pieces yield divergent outcomes, owing to even the smallest differences in conditions. A change in breath, a flick of the wrist or a shift of foot can and will affect the final product.
Unique beauty lives in imperfection. Each Seconds piece captures a moment of the human hand at work, where unique conditions lead to slight variations and differences, preserved in glass. The quality and functionality aren’t inferior to firsts, but rather, a thoughtful option for those who value character and an organic quality to their household objects.
• Seconds are priced up to 25% off the first quality price.
• All sales are final on second quality glass and pottery.
• Gift wrapping is not available on seconds items.