Our Absolute Favorite New Products of the Year via @MyDomaine

Our Absolute Favorite New Products of the Year

J. & L. Lobmeyr is a glassware company from Vienna, Austria, which was founded in 1823 and is still family owned #feelaustria

J. & L. Lobmeyr is a glassware company from Vienna, Austria, which was founded in 1823 and is still family owned #feelaustria

Copper and Glass-Blown Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro  “I tried to do a collection of vases with simple, archetypal shapes, but giving a modern taste, exaggerating the heads and emphasizing with colors like metals.”

Copper And Glass Vases

Copper and Glass-Blown Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro “I tried to do a collection of vases with simple, archetypal shapes, but giving a modern taste, exaggerating the heads and emphasizing with colors like metals.”

Bottled Up  These chic, shapely glass bottles from India are an impressive way to decant whiskey and wine. The sculptural wooden spheres serve as stoppers for the bottles. Leave them at your home bar or serve them on a tray, and prepare for the "Oohs" and "Aahs."     Get it Now: Glass Bottles with Wooden Stoppers, from $29 at Westelm.com

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Bottled Up These chic, shapely glass bottles from India are an impressive way to decant whiskey and wine. The sculptural wooden spheres serve as stoppers for the bottles. Leave them at your home bar or serve them on a tray, and prepare for the "Oohs" and "Aahs." Get it Now: Glass Bottles with Wooden Stoppers, from $29 at Westelm.com

Glass “Witch” Ball - Hung in an east facing window to protect the home and ward against detriment.Dating back to the 18th Century, hollow glass balls have been hung to ward off witch’s spells and evil spirits.  Legend has it that the evil spirit is attracted to these colorful balls, pulled inside, and trapped within the glass web protecting the home from harm.  It is told on Cape Cod that fishermen have used these mesmerizing balls in their nets to ward off evil spirits on the high seas.✯

Glass “Witch” Ball - Hung in an east facing window to protect the home and ward against detriment.Dating back to the 18th Century, hollow glass balls have been hung to ward off witch’s spells and evil spirits. Legend has it that the evil spirit is attracted to these colorful balls, pulled inside, and trapped within the glass web protecting the home from harm. It is told on Cape Cod that fishermen have used these mesmerizing balls in their nets to ward off evil spirits on the high seas.✯

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