Vermont-based company Simon Pearce has been offering original, hand blown glass, handmade pottery, and unique tabletop accessories with distinctive design and quality since 1971. Simon Pearce products embody both traditional and contemporary styles—all with the utmost simplicity, sophistication, and daily functionality.
Because of its supreme quality and devotion to art in everyday use, Simon Pearce has been a top registry choice for brides-to-be for a long time. Brides can find items such as glass-blown lamps, vases, and dinnerware, all authentically handcrafted in a rustic mill in Quechee, Vermont.
The new Simon Pearce shop, conveniently located on Newbury Street in Boston, allows couples to peruse the entire collection of handcrafted home accents, dinnerware, stemware, and furniture. In this expansive space, brides and grooms can select their table settings and gifts with the assistance of the knowledgeable Simon Pearce staff. Pictured below are the Anemone Vases ($575 & $275) and Revere Hurricanes ($135 & $110), both of which are sure to artistically enhance both classic and contemporary New England homes.
Simon Pearce’s devotion to delivering fine craftsmanship to their consumers inspired them to partner with famed vacation destination Woodstock Inn & Resort to offer an Ultimate Wedding experience to one winning couple. Any couple who registers with Simon Pearce by April 14, 2011, is entered to win this beautiful fall foliage-inspired wedding during September 16-17, 2011 and subsequent five night honeymoon on the chic Caribbean island St. Lucia. The prize includes a set of engraved Simon Pearce stemware and an engraved Simon Pearce cake plate, rehearsal dinner, and day of spa treatments for the wedding party. A Saturday evening reception will be held in the charming, AAA Four-Diamond Woodstock Inn & Resort, complete with Lake Champlain wedding favors. On Sunday, up to eight people can ride over historic Quechee, VT in a hot-air balloon.
Simon Pearce is open daily at 103 Newbury Street in Boston’s Back Bay. For more information on the contest or gift registry, visit SimonPearce.com or call 617.450.8388.