Named for a quaint small town in Windsor county, Weston offers a further iteration on the squared-off angles of our signature Woodbury Collection, with a focus on angular-yet-fluid rectangular silhouettes. Weston pieces speak in the vernacular of Vermont buildings, from structural barns to towering silos. A testament to the abilities of our glassblowers, brilliant glass is folded into classic, organic shapes, with the flared pieces in the line requiring extra finesse to build.
This striking, rectangular vase fits beautifully in a variety of settings, a single blossom or an overflowing bouquet.
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.