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About Arda

Arda Glassware takes a thoroughly modern approach to dinnerware design, yet prides itself on keeping alive the glass-making and glazing traditions developed in Turkey during the Ottoman period. Founded in 1989, this innovative company creates exquisite platters, plates, and other glassware essentials using a combination of manual and machine-driven techniques, including centrifugation and the Schiller method (machine-blowing). Arda's seemingly endless range of styles includes transparent glass, alabaster, and painted pieces available in hundreds of distinctive patterns and shapes — from the gilded, ornate Vanessa series (which would have fit perfectly in Louis XVI's flatware collection) to authentic-looking oyster dishes embellished with silver plating.

Past Sales Featuring Arda

Sale Ended May 12, 2012

Bohemian-Chic Style - 5/9/2012

Color and pattern — and lots of both — are the keys to a bohemian-chic space. We’ve got plenty of pieces that’ll make for an eclectic, artsy look: intentionally weathered furniture, exquisite overdyed rugs, and plenty of pillows, bedding, tableware, and more to complement the look. Don’t be afraid to indulge your extroverted side and mix patterns and textures.

Sale Ended June 08, 2012

Handspun Glass by Arda

Hailing from Europe, these decorative bowls are made of handspun glass. All boast bold motifs (bright colors and metallics) and unexpected details (many are hand-painted and then sealed). They’re the perfect finishing pieces for a kitchen, breakfast nook, or even a foyer.

Sale Ended April 25, 2012

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Sale Ended May 11, 2012

Bohemian-Chic Style - 5/9/2012

Color and pattern — and lots of both — are the keys to a bohemian-chic space. We’ve got plenty of pieces that’ll make for an eclectic, artsy look: intentionally weathered furniture, exquisite overdyed rugs, and plenty of pillows, bedding, tableware, and more to complement the look. Don’t be afraid to indulge your extroverted side and mix patterns and textures.