Annieglass ~ Edgey

$214.00$340.00

The enchanting Edgey collection is the result of countless years of experimentation with glass and gold. Through her unique creative process, Annie realized that hammering the rims to make jagged edges and then painting the rim with 24k gold would allow the light to catch every tiny angle of the imperfect rim, creating a dancing halo around each piece.

Charger ~ Start your collection with one and use for a fabulous party tray or buy multiples to use as dinner party chargers.  12.25″ x 12.25″ x 1″

Round Bowl ~ The ultimate showpiece and much too pretty to keep in your cabinet.  Fill it with ornaments during the holidays, salads for family dinners, or use as an elegant addition to any tablescape. 13.5″ x 13.5″ x 3.25″

Party Tray ~ With the rounded edges, a more than adequate size, and a shallow base, this will become a go-to piece.   9″ x 20″ x 1″

Square Platter ~ Bruschetta, antipasto, charcuterie, the list goes on! 12″ x 12″ x 1″

Cupcake Stand ~ A trio of cupcakes, or perhaps even a mini cake, are sure to brighten anyone's day.  9.5″ x 9.5″ x 3.5″

Rimmed Bowl ~ Gorgeous as a stand alone piece or mix this with Annieglass ruffle and your guests will be swooning.  11.25″ x 11.25″ x 3″

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Description

Annieglass founder, Annie Morhauser, fell in love with the beauty of glass when she first saw it being blown on the beach over 30 years ago. She graduated from the California College of the Arts with training in a range of glass techniques, but it was developing her own “slumping” process in the ‘80s that marked the beginning of Annieglass.

Annieglass’s original tour de force was a piece called “Roman Antique,” a plate of thick glass with a widely painted rim of pure gold. She took it to a trade show in 1983 and astounded the country’s leading retailers with this entirely new look in dinnerware-today, “Roman Antique” is an oft-imitated industry icon that has been used at leading hotels and restaurants such as the Bellagio Hotel, The Four Seasons, and the Waldorf Astoria; and has been featured in the private collections of contemporary luminaries such as Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Aniston, Christina Aguilera, and John Grisham.

In 2006 the Smithsonian American Art Museum honored Annieglass by selecting two sculptural pieces as part of its permanent collection.