Designed by architect Marco Sironi for Italian glass manufacturer Ichendorf Milano, the Piuma Teapot features slightly rounded edges and a circular handle, resulting in a clean and elegant expression. Crafted from hand-blown borosilicate glass, it has an interior filter for loose-leaf tea. Available in two colors and sizes, it’s an elevated vessel to be used every day or on special occasions.
These bok choy-shaped, hand-blown glass pendants can be worn as whimsical earrings or as a necklace—when put on a chain. From the Y2K-inspired brand Notte Jewelry, the charming pieces are approximately one inch long and affixed to small hoops. 50% of the proceeds from sales will go to Heart of Dinner, a non-profit fighting food insecurity for East Asian elders.
From Brooklyn-based Sticky Glass, founded and helmed by Grace Whiteside, the Bubble Pitcher #4 is part of the Bubble collection—full of delightfully bulbous objects in retro-leaning colors. Its handblown nature means that hot liquids and microwaves should be avoided, but this glorious vessel is just as attractive whether in use or on display.