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Annieglass San Francisco Etched Tray
Brand new, never used, in the original Gump's box. Etched with a fun San Francisco design. Must see!
Pick up in Woodside
Annie Morhauser fell in love with the beauty of glass when she first saw it being blown by an artisan at the beach under a full moon over 30 years ago. She graduated from California College of the Arts with training in a range of glass techniques, but it was developing her own version of the ancient glass forming process, called slumping, in the '80s that marked the beginning of Annieglass.
Having been involved in the first Earth Day as a teenager in 1970, environmental responsibility has always been important to Annie. A novel compilation of thoughtful sustainability measures are taken throughout the handcrafted glassmaking process at Annieglass. The Annieglass warehouse uses an abundant amount of skylights and low-wattage energy-efficient lighting, and a special reflective roof keeps the space well insulated to avoid the need for air conditioning. The glass-cleaning machine circulates and reuses water and glass is cleaned with non-toxic vinegar. Creative kiln firing times ensure energy efficiency during the trademark “slumping” of glass. All scrap glass gets donated for reuse, and earth-friendly, biodegradable packing materials made of sorghum and potato starch deliver the final luxury product to customers.