Unique Barware You Need at Home

March 20, 2019

Unique Barware You Need at Home

Kick off your spring season with unique, American-made glassware. We highlight unique pieces of Jan Barboglio’s collection. Everything, from decanters to shot glasses, is hand-crafted and unique. Browse inventory here.

“After many years designing clothing with her sister in their Barboglio Cristina & Jan Collection, Jan Barboglio began sculpting accessories and furniture for her own home. Her childhood, spent in north central Mexico, would prove to be fertile ground for inspiration, and every object created by her would carry with it the rich history and romance of old Mexico.

The Jan Barboglio Collection has since flourished into crosses and crowns, fleur de lis and scrolls, wildflowers and roses, guardian angels and symbolic bleeding hearts. From her signature Box of Miracles which houses 12 metal “milagros”, prayer and family crosses, Barboglio is now well-known for bringing the spiritual aspect of old Mexico to home decor. Her pieces are known to be aesthetically warm, primitively handsome and are true works of art. Of high quality and always sensuous to the touch, her works have become collectible.” Jan Barboglio website


Glasses

Jan Barboglio Hand Forged Zackshot - Single Shot
Hand blown shot glass on a beaded iron base and etched with a laurel wreath

Jan Barboglio Hand Forged Zackshot - Triple Shot
Hand blown triple shot glass on a beaded iron base and etched with a laurel wreath

Jan Barboglio Pepita Red Wine Glass
Hand blown glass with iron base and laurel etching. Sold as a pair

Jan Barboglio Wee-Bee Glass
Hand blown glass etched with a bee and vine pattern

Jan Barboglio Imari Tumbler with Gold Rim
Glass tumbler hand painted with a 24kt gold rim

Capullo Flute On Beaded Iron Stand
Hand blown opalescent glass on beaded iron stand

Decanters

Jan Barboglio Puntada Decanter
Clear glass decanter wrapped in a black leather stitched sleeve

 

Jan Barboglio Wine Blessing Carafe
Hand blown decanter with a necklace of wooden beads and a hand carved cross

 

Jan Barboglio Wee-Bee Carafe
Clear glass carafe with etched bumble bee designed and matching drinking glass

Star Decanter with Leather "Whiskey" Wrap
Clear glass decanter with a nickel star stopper and decorative "whiskey" embossed leather strap
 

 

Jan Barboglio Houseblessing Decanter
Hand blown etched glass and topped with an iron cross cork stopper

 

Jan Barboglio Corona Decanter
Hand blown glass in a forged iron base and with a crown stopper

 

Jan Barboglio Ballin Decanter
Hand blown "acanalado" glass decanter with round iron topper
 

Bar Decor

 

Jan Barboglio Houseblessing Canister
Hand blown clear glass is formed into a canister and topped with a hand forged iron crown and cross.

Jan Barboglio Silver Double Hammered Charger
Silver hammered charger

 

Jan Barboglio Magnum Cutting Board and Knife
Wooden cutting board with forged iron stand and iron-handled stainless steel serving knife

 

Jan Barboglio Mariachi Box
Iron-hammered box with mariachi figure head





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