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Recycled Glass Cloche

by etuHOME

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  • Materials: Recycled European glass, recycled tin, and reclaimed wood stopper
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Sustainable, recycled, and reclaimed materials
  • Perfect size for appetizers, soups, and salads
  • Each piece of product is made from European materials
  • Returns accepted within 15 days of purchase
  • Made in Hungary
  • Dimensions: Small: 7" D x 8"; Medium: 11" D x 14"; Large: 14" D x 15"
  • Weight: 1.3 lbs

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Recycled Glass Cloche

by etuHOME

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A mouth-blown glass cloche serves as both a striking display piece and antique accessory. Each one is made in Hungary from vintage wine bottles, and every element of it is salvaged—from the glass to the recycled tin trim to the wood stopper. Use one to top off dessert or cheese plates, or as an elegant terrarium.
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Stacy Borocz

Breathing new life into something old is not only resourceful, in this case it also looks gorgeous. The antique accessories from etuHOME are distinctive and sophisticated additions to any table.

Founder Stacy Boroz sources materials from across Europe with the goal of reinventing them—without erasing any of their history. From attics to estates to abandoned factories, Stacy searches for unique items to bring back to the States. With a little imagination and ingenuity, a wine barrel becomes a lazy Susan, or a piece of 19th century wood is transformed into a cake stand.

Farm equipment, old manufacturing tools, or discarded timber can all be the basis of a new serving piece. Though the materials are being repurposed, the marks from their former life are still present, which is part of the charm. Wood, glass, and metal are all kept as natural as possible to let that beautiful age and character shine through. Each makes for a unique addition to your table, or a meaningful—and one of a kind—gift.