Jul 7, 2014

~ colored glassware: part 3

Oh dear Lord...
To catch up, if you missed them, here are part 1 and part 2 of colored glassware...

Now we will look at specific options of colorful glassware. Links to resources are above each image. In a couple cases, I couldn't find a resource or the websites are not in English. Sorry about that! If there's no link, the images are from Pinterest, and if there's no resource attached, good luck finding one! 

Nason Moretti has come up many times during this little study of colorful glasses. I have found sets of glasses here and there, but I would go crazy in an actual Nason Moretti Shop with all the options in front of me. I think I'll have to go to Italy to find it. If anyone has a great resource for this brand, please share!

Ok I'm taking a break from this obsession
For now :)

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Anonymous said...

I am dizzy with the possibilitites! I had no idea the choices were so many! Thank you for doing all that work to show us what is out there!

The enchanted home said...

Wow! Who knew there were this many options...you have me considering colored glassware in a whole new way I must admit. Beautiful!

The French Tangerine said...

Jayne and Tina,
So glad you are enjoying this sampling! Unfortunately, many of the options I've listed are a bit of an investment.. It's the joy of blogging after all! A fantasy world where I can choose the prettiest examples without a care in the world. I'm sure I could do another post with more reasonable options, but I've lost steam on the subject at this point :)
At the very least, there's some inspiration here!
XO Jan

Angelina B. said...

I really enjoyed this post with all of the links to all of the different types of glasses! How could anyone ever just choose one? I have always loved the Saint-Louis stems, but found myself drawn towards Varga's 'Imperial' pattern.