Posts in the Category: Social glass

Although spring has sprung and northeastern Pennsylvania is beautiful with new life, the season is not yet in full bloom. We have more to anticipate. However we have already begun National Poetry Month, celebrated every April because poetry enriches our personal lives and culture. We have the Academy of American Poets to thank for inspiring   

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Glass is romantic for some people. While glass is cool and hard to the touch, don’t forget that it was born in fire. There is passion in glass! Not only do our glass creations express our own love of the medium, but often we’ve been called upon to create something to express romantic love. Over   

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Roasted vegetables in red bowl They used to say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. However it was Jay who cooked most of our eve-of-Valentine’s Day dinner yesterday. I made dessert and set the table. One of Jay’s specialties is pork loin roast. First he cuts vegetables into chunks to fill   

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Red Streak candle holder What will you give your Valentine on Friday? A loving message or a red gift, or perhaps both? Here are some ideas from writers and our kiln. Red Curve oval dish My heart is ever at your service. (William Shakespeare) If you do not have anyone to love, your heart may   

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Candle bridge as autumn centerpiece When we prepare for dinner guests or for holiday meals, Jay shares the cooking but not table arrangements. Sometimes I don’t think much about how to set the table until it’s time to do it. Then I need a need a centerpiece that won’t take a lot of time to   

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