Weston Vase | Hartland Goblets | Simon Pearce
Breakfast is served! Waking up is easy when you’re greeted by this beautiful Weston vase, Hartland goblets and Cavendish stoneware. Shop Simon Pearce online or in our showroom at Stonehurst.

40 Years of Handcrafted Design

Happy Birthday, Simon Pearce & family! We’re sending our congrats to this amazing clan as they celebrate 4 decades of craftsmanship in the UK and America. From his first designs like the classic Norwich collection to the newly arrived Ludlow pitcher, Simon Pearce defines elegance in handcrafted glassware.

Ascutney glassware by Simon Pearce
The Ascutney Collection strays from traditional curved forms to create a stunning study of contemporary angles and lines.

A Toast to Vermont Made Luxuries

There’s something special and meaningful about things that are crafted by the human hand. Wine simply tastes better when it’s sipped from a hand-blown goblet.  Like our Vermont made furniture, Simon Pearce glassware has a timeless simplicity that’s secretly sophisticated in it’s design.

The Ludlow Collection by Simon Pearce Glassware
Paying homage to the 16th century practice of using wooden molds in glass blowing, the Ludlow Collection balances crisp clear hand-blown glass with natural walnut wood.

The Perfect Father’s Day Gift

Father’s Day is right around the corner on June 18th.  What dad wouldn’t love Simon’s Ludlow Whiskey Glass Set with maybe a bottle of WhistlePig on the side? You can order on our website or if Dad’s up for a road trip, take a drive to Quechee and experience Simon’s glass blowing studios in action.

Cocktails at the Simon Pearce Restaurant and Bar
“Simon Pearce is a must, every trip to Vermont. The restaurant is excellent and watching the glass blowers reminds you of times past when creativity and quality merge with a social consciousness. All Americans should see what Simon has created.”  Lisa Welfley Goldman

Cocktails with Mr Pearce

After you and Dad visit the glass blowing studio, stop upstairs for a stunning view of the Quechee River and a cocktail at the restaurant or bar. Reservations are always a good idea.

Simon Pearce glass blowing studios in Quechee Vermont
“I could sit and watch for hours…one day…would love to work glass myself, have wanted to since I was a kid” …Laurie D Avis


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This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

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