Clear Tall Flower Glass | The Little Market
Clear Tall Flower Glass | The Little Market
Clear Glass | The Little Market
Clear Tall Flower Glass | The Little Market
Clear Glassware | The Little Market

Etched Tall Glass - Clear Flower

$ 30.00

HANDMADE IN MEXICO

This exquisite tumbler is perfect for a tall drink of sparkling water. Beautiful hand-etched flowers and leaves add enchanting texture and dimension to the recycled glass.

Each purchase supports Rose Ann Hall Designs artisans in Mexico.

Clear Tall Glass with Hand-Etched Flowers

Set:
Single
WANT TO MIX SIZE AND COLORS?
create your everday glassware set
WANT TO MIX SIZE AND COLORS?
create your everday glassware set

DETAILS

  • Approximately 3" diameter x 5.5" tall; 16 ounces
  • Care instructions: Hand washing is recommended. Do not place in microwave or freezer. Do not use to serve very hot or boiling liquids. May be washed on the top rack of the dishwasher on a normal cycle, however each glass may not touch other items.
  • As with all handmade items, variations will occur.
PAIRS WELL WITH
$ 8.00
MEET THE ARTISAN
ROSE ANN HALL DESIGNS
Located in: Mexico
Rose Ann Hall Designs supports talented artisans in Mexico while they create beautiful products including hand-etched glassware. With a commitment to environmentally friendly principles, Rose Ann Hall Designs uses recycled glass to create each product. Many of the artisans have physical disabilities and have previously faced job discrimination. Through their work, they can earn a sustainable income and have access to a creative outlet in a supportive environment.
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Located in: Mexico
Hand-etched with recycled glass
Hand-etched with recycled glass
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