Daniel Gaumer hand blown glasses
There are four wider and four taller confetti glasses available. Price is by the glass. These are all individually blown in Topton, Pennsylvania by glass blower Daniel Gaumer. Call to let us know how many you would like to purchase for the couple.
Tie the Knot frame-SOLD
This frame holds a five by seven inch photograph. It was made in Des Moines, IA, by Sincerely Sticks. This is a line of Sticks furniture that is some of their favorite designs printed.
Jonathon Simon cherry inside-out tongs-SOLD
These salad tongs were handmade in Pennsylvania of downed cherry wood. They fold flat, but if flipped around in a complete circle, they are springy.
Hangry dish towel
Blue Q makes this super-absorbent 21" by 28" towel. 1% of the sale from this towel is donated to hunger relief programs throughout the world.
I'm complicated dish towel
This 21" by 28" super-absorbent dish towel is from Blue Q. 1% of the sale of these dish towels is donated to hunger relief programs throughout the world.
Keep it Simple tray-SOLD
This 4 1/2" by 2 3/8" fine pewter tray was made by Basic Spirit in Pugwash, Nova Scotia. This company supports nonprofits that plant trees, preserve land and fight climate change. They also are committed to building a school in Africa through "We", which previously was "Free the Children".
Olive Wall bucket
This 11" tall, 6" deep and 11 1/2" wide pair of buckets, has two places to put identification labels in, and mounts on any wall. It's a great place to store mail, bills, store yarn, plastic cars, clean and dirty socks.
Lynn Munns pitcher
Casper, Wyoming potter made this stoneware pitcher on the wheel, and then fired it in a reduction gas kiln. It is 10" tall and 6 1/2 in wide at the widest point.
Celadon and black porcelain bowl
This 6" tall by 8 3/4" diameter porcelain bowl was thrown by Margo Brown and fired in a gas reduction kiln.