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The figures draped around this series of glasses from Esther Derkx appear to be floating in midair thanks to the artist’s innovative screen-printing techniques. Divers, dancers, and other retro-styled athletes sweep across champagne flutes, wine glasses, and other new stemware from Royal Leerdam. Each piece has been carefully printed to seamlessly curve around the form of the glass, and each athlete and vessel have been matched for their compatible personalities. Not dishwasher safe.
  • 111 months ago Zgallerie »

    This natural horn serving set from Kenya transforms your table into an exotic destination. Kenya Cheetah (left) and Kenya Giraffe (right) designed salad servers shown with four assorted spoons sold as a set of 4.

  • 111 months ago Zgallerie »

    A prism of rainbows is to be held in this collection of sphere glassware. Sold as a set of 4.

  • 113 months ago Artedona »

    A coffee boosts energy levels, especially when it is served in one of these "Salsa" espresso cups, appropriately named as the cups seem to be dancing on their saucers. The successful balancing act is achieved thanks to the clever design of the saucer which makes it possible for the egg-shaped cup to stand at every conceivable angle. With their ring-shaped handles and platinum or gold rims these Bernardaud cups also make attractive ornaments. Available as a set of 2 or 6.

  • 113 months ago Atom-designs »

    UU4 - Planks provide the perfect burst of color, and the effect is even more interesting when used in combinations. Different ribbed patterns on each side allow for endless variation. The 24" piece is designed to work as a heatproof centerpiece for the UU27 tables. Includes a 24" l x 5" w felt pad that can be used to protect delicate surfaces. $50.00

  • 116 months ago Umbra »

    Nice, simple, modern salt & pepper set. Salt and pepper shaker set with brushed metal finish. Magnets hold shakers together. 2 x 3.5 x 1" (5 x 9 x 3 cm). Design: David Quan

  • 119 months ago Iggloo »

    In 1964, Andy Warhol created his ground-breaking avant-garde film 'Empire' - an eight-hour stationary view of the Empire State Buildings. In this exceptional collection brought to you by Rosenthal - one of the world's finest porcelain manufacturers, Warhol's favourite images adorn the highest quality porcelain. This 4-piece mug set stacks to create a seamless image of the Empire State Building. Comes in a presentation box. The Empire mug set comes in a presentation box and will make the perfect gift for any Andy Warhol fan.

  • 121 months ago Artedona »

    Crystal glass with handengraving.

  • 122 months ago Dutchbydesign »

    The Ming Oil & Vinegar Set from Dutch design firm Jansen + Co. takes the classic form of the wine glass and turns it on its head, literally. We love it, and not just because it's clever and witty - the stem reduces the flow just the right amount, so it's easy to measure as you pour. Comes in a stylish box and includes a funnel for easy filling, plus a cleaning brush.