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Boston Magazine Feature: Covet Colorful Handblown Glass Serving Bowls

Boston Magazine Feature: Covet Colorful Handblown Glass Serving Bowls

Have you seen the August issue of Boston Magazine? We are thrilled to be featured in their exclusive “Covet” section.

"Break out these nested glass bowls for your next dinner party, and you'll serve many more people than the ones seated around your table."

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Covet: Colorful Handblown Glass Serving Bowls

By Abby Bielagus, August 5, 2019

Break out these nested glass bowls for your next dinner party, and you’ll serve many more people than the ones seated around your table. Handblown by James McLeod, a glass professor at MassArt, and his former students, the vibrant pieces are sold through the Waltham-based company Serve Kindness, which donates 10 percent of every purchase to a charity of the customer’s choice from a list curated by owners/longtime pals Melissa Brooks and Jillian Darling. In other words, perfect for serving a purpose with your potato salad.

“Hyacinth, Sunrise, Gold” handblown glass nesting bowls, $249 for set, Serve Kindness.

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