Modeled after its namesake, our elegant collection of sea glass-style dinnerware features smooth, round edges and a velvety matte finish. Each piece, created from 100% recycled glass, is as unique as if it tumbled freshly out of the sea. The same frosty incandescence that guarantees sea glass to be spotted along the shore, promises it will catch eyes in your home time and time again.
Add depth and texture to your table when you mix and match pieces from the collection, creating an array of color pallets and place setting styles. Beautiful, versatile and durable, the matte finish makes it smudge and fingerprint proof, and every piece is dishwasher safe. Made in the USA.
Available in many different plate, bowl & serving piece styles and colors, SeaGlass Dinnerware is one of the most versatile dining collections we've ever seen.
Eco Info - Glass is an easily recycled material and can be used for a variety of products. We love recycled glass dinnerware because it has a simple elegance and is easy to use. Our Seaglass collection is made in the USA from recycled glass. Each piece is kiln-fired with a layer of color underneath a thick piece of recycled glass that gives it a unique opacity that is perfect for pairing with other pieces.
Artisan Story - Our recycled seaglass plates and bowls are inspired by the beauty of natural sea glass. Each piece is made in Western Pennsylvania by a family of artists. Each piece is designed by hand before being translated into beautiful sea glass plates.
Please Note - Our SeaGlass Bowls and Plates have a natural, matte texture designed by the artisan to be reminiscent of naturally formed ocean sea glass.
Additional Information - There are artists, crafters, makers, builders, carpenters and all other types of artisans right here in our own backyards, and our hope is that when you think of beautiful, handcrafted products from across the globe, you think of them too. Buying domestically can be more eco-conscious, as it reduces transportation needs and consequently the energy and natural resources expended in the process; this makes us huge proponents of shopping locally.