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Chuck @ Glassworks and Feathers and Cheeks 54 days ago • Feb. 22, 2024 • 6:17 PM
Bring warm light and intriguing fragrances into your home with Onno's high-quality, handmade candles. The Croisiere (translation: Cruise) is the newest container color in the Eternal line, which has 5 size options. This color is currently only available at a few retailers in the USA. Each candle comes in a mouth-blown and handmade or hand-shaped glass vessel by real qualified craftsmen. A piece of art carefully packed into luxury black gift boxes, Onno uses the ...Read more of post

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Chuck @ Glassworks and Feathers and Cheeks Dec. 30, 2021 • 5:33 PM • 838 days ago
Light Up Your New Year With Onno Candles From Glassworks!

Happy New Year From Glassworks and Cheeks!
Introducing the handcrafted and nature inspired designs of ONNO Candles. Featuring the warm light of sophisticated, luxurious scents that infuse your home with an inviting, intriguing scent. Once you are used to ONNO's refined scents and designs, your home won’t feel like home without an ONNO Collection. The Terre Collection is pictured but Glassworks has ...Read more of post

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Suzanne Sullivan @ Lenox Corporation Oct. 22, 2017 • 1:47 PM • 2,368 days ago
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Suzanne Sullivan @ Lenox Corporation Oct. 22, 2017 • 1:47 PM • 2,368 days ago


GIFTS YOU CAN BANK ON! Reed & Barton is the prefect place to find perfect presents for connoisseurs of any age. Let you imagination soar.
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Mottahedeh Nov. 8, 2015 • 5:36 PM • 3,082 days ago
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Mottahedeh Nov. 8, 2015 • 5:36 PM • 3,082 days ago

Blue and white is always in style. The Pattern of Month this month is Mottahedeh's Imperial Blue.

Since the Ming Dynasty, imperial blue and white porcelains have been prized by collectors and connoisseurs around the world. Edged in 22k gold, this underglazed blue dinner service is based on a Chinese export porcelain pattern, ca. 1730. The elegant design features a central flowered medalion, continuous collar and floral sprays.

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