Michael WainwrightTruro Gold Double Old-Fashioned

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  • Truro Gold Glassware
  • Truro Gold Glassware

Michael WainwrightTruro Gold Double Old-Fashioned

$40.00

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Details
  • Double old fashioned inspired by walking barefoot on the beaches and golden dunes of Truro, Cape Cod.
  • Made of glass.
  • Hand-painted 24-kt. gold accents.
  • 3.25"Dia. x 4"T; holds 13 ounces.
  • Hand wash.
  • Imported.
Designer
About Michael Wainwright
From the cathedrals of Italy to the windswept dunes of Cape Cod, Michael Wainwright's journeys combine with his mastery of sculpture and experience as a jeweler to create timeless, functional works of art. While studying in Italy, he was inspired by the halos and angels of Giotto, Cimabue, and other early Italian masters. He was also attracted to the use of precious metals in architecture. He established his design firm in 1991 and works out of a studio in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. His distinctive tabletop and decorative items have been featured in Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and House & Garden magazines; all are handcrafted of porcelain mixed with platinum or 24-kt. gold, and all are made in the United States.

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Michael WainwrightTruro Gold White Wine Glass

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  • Truro Gold Glassware

Michael WainwrightTruro Gold White Wine Glass

$40.00

FREE SHIPPING + FREE RETURNS

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Details
  • White wine glass inspired by walking barefoot on the beaches and golden dunes of Truro, Cape Cod.
  • Hand-painted 24-kt. gold accents.
  • 2.75"Dia. x 9"T; holds 15.25 ounces.
  • Hand wash.
  • Imported.
Designer
About Michael Wainwright
From the cathedrals of Italy to the windswept dunes of Cape Cod, Michael Wainwright's journeys combine with his mastery of sculpture and experience as a jeweler to create timeless, functional works of art. While studying in Italy, he was inspired by the halos and angels of Giotto, Cimabue, and other early Italian masters. He was also attracted to the use of precious metals in architecture. He established his design firm in 1991 and works out of a studio in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. His distinctive tabletop and decorative items have been featured in Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and House & Garden magazines; all are handcrafted of porcelain mixed with platinum or 24-kt. gold, and all are made in the United States.

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