Glassware

High-balls and low-balls, tumblers and carafes, storage jars and serving bowls, all crafted in gleaming, glistening glass.

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Ella

Bubble-dusted tumblers in six colourful hues (and one equally bubbly jug in two neutral shades). Just the thing for adding to a laidback table or packing up for picnics.

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Hoxton

Hoxton’s our most contemporary glassware collection – clean lines and angular shapes without any extra details. Like Barnes and Greenwich, it comes in all the essential sizes from tumbler to flute.

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Greenwich

Weighty Greenwich feels substantial in your hand. Like Barnes, it’s a mix of classic and contemporary, though it makes a stronger statement on the table. It’s also a collection that includes a jug and carafe.

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Mayfair

An art-deco-inspired cocktail collection. Think glasses to hold everything from martinis to whiskey, as well as the extra necessities: a smart decanter, stainless-steel topped shaker and petite ice bucket.

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Barnes

Curved and goblet-like, Barnes is especially pleasant to hold. It’s understated enough to sit in a contemporary interior, but with shapes that are a touch traditional too.

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Wingfield

More contemporary than Belmont, Wingfield comes in smaller sizes (just as suited to bathrooms as kitchen countertops) as well as one tall, slim jar made with spaghetti in mind.

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Belmont

Our traditional ‘sweet shop’ jars – lids with bobbled handles and generous sizes that you’ll often spot filled with biscuits and baking essentials.

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Broadfield

Practical and attractive, you can perch our hand-blown glass dome, Broadfield, on top of stands and platters (it’s a good fit for our Bowsley pieces) to cover cakes and cheeses.