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Ina

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Ina

Create a welcoming bedside or tabletop with our Ina carafe and tumbler. Ina is hand-blown in North Carolina by Hayden Wilson, a second-generation glassblower. The 9-ounce tumbler fits perfectly on top of the carafe to create a lid. Ina is perfect for making yourself or your guests feel right at home—fill the carafe with water and place it on a nightstand for a midnight refreshment.

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North Carolina

Details

  • Overall: 3.5" diameter 8.5"h
  • Capacity: 28 ounces
  • Includes: 9 ounce drinking glass
  • Considerations: dimensions and color may vary
  • Care: hand-washing is recommended to preserve the unique quality of the glass
  • Product Origin: made in North Carolina
  • Material Origin: United States
  • Item Number: 080633

Materials

    • Material: glass
    • Color: steel blue

Artisan Crafted by Hayden Wilson

Growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Hayden Wilson was surrounded by beautiful nature and a community of dedicated artists with deep roots in the historic American Studio Glass movement. Hayden works in his North Carolina glass studio, handcrafting elegant pieces with Mid-century Modern, Swedish and Czech influences.