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About LSA Glass

For the past 40 years, LSA International has explored the limits of handmade glass, creating colorful contemporary barware, tableware, and interior goods that are a joy to use and a wonder to behold. Simple, elegant shapes in stunning hues are the British company’s strength, with most items designed by the prolific Monika Lubkowska-Jonas. LSA has recently added porcelain objects to its repertoire, and several of its pieces are displayed in the permanent collection of London’s Geffrye Museum and featured in New York’s MoMA design shop.

Past Sales Featuring LSA Glass

Sale Ended March 21, 2010

LSA Glass

Add a kick to cocktail hour with these contemporary tumblers, champagne flutes, goblets and carafes designed by British artist Monika Lubkowska-Jonas. Each is handmade, with the hues painted on the glasses’ surface then fired in an oven to seal them in. Equally stunning are LSA’s vases, including Miro — a glowing matte orb composed of three layers of glass — and Maiko, which sports a handcrafted granite effect overlaid with black.

Sale Ended September 01, 2010

Raise the Bar

Trust us: You’ll want to toast this collection of stemware, tableware and bar essentials. Take your pick of tumblers from Eva Solo and martini glasses from Kim Seybert. Or perhaps a graceful, practical decanter is more your style. We have them aplenty, from Riedel’s gravity-defying Tyrol to Vellum’s pewter-and-crystal options. Also on offer are corkscrews and wine fridges, as well as ice buckets and mini keg beer dispensers.

Sale Ended September 01, 2010

Up to 80% Off: Home Final Sale

There’s something for everyone at this blowout sale, which features selections from more than 50 top bedding, furniture, kitchenware, stationery and textile companies. Choose from storied names like ABC Carpet & Home, Barclay Butera and Sferra, or sample newcomers like Aviva Stanoff and Artecnica. If it has to do with luxury living, you’ll find it here.

Sale Ended September 22, 2010

Make Room For Fall Trends: Blast from the Past

Add a ’60s vibe to your pad with furniture, textiles and decorative goods inspired by the decade’s bright colors and Pop-Art patterns. Get groovy with Jonathan Adler’s dishware, including his Stripes plates and Pinwheel glasses, or hang loose with John Robshaw’s Canary sham, with its riot of red, orange and yellow hues. Need a seat? Then try Ligne Roset’s curvaceous dining chair, or Elite Leather’s Candemir pouf ottoman. Either way, you’ll be sitting pretty.