hubbardton forge | glasses
Glass is an integral part of many Hubbardton Forge pieces. Each glass style has it's own personality; radiating and refracting light in different ways to complement your style.
Blown Glass and Art Glass
One of the most popular glass choices. A neutral flat white when unlit, Opal radiates the warmth of the inner bulb when lit.
A matte, light cream color when unlit, it glows warm with very unique, delicate patterns of undulating clouds when lit.
A transitional glass, Stone has a combination of earthy hues of warm ivory, beige and sand with flecks of grey striations suggesting natural stone when unlit. It takes on a warmer glow when lit.
Seeded Clear Glass
The encapsulated bubbles in Seeded Clear Glass veil its interior when unlit, but become alive with highlights when illuminated.
Thick, wavy patterns, similar to an antique window, reflect the light with a slight sparkle. Water Glass retains the same characteristics when lit or unlit.
Sand Glass’s sandblasted surface is a natural beige-white color when both lit and unlit. The even tones of Sand Glass are a warm alternative to Opal. Sand Glass’s overall hue most closely matches that of Stone Glass.
Amber Swirl Art Glass
Shiny-surfaced Amber Swirl Art Glass is a flowing blend of ivory and light caramel colored glass. It provides a warm glow when lit.
White Art Glass
Shiny-surfaced White Art Glass is a lively blend of swirled cool white tones. It gives off a clean, natural light.
Ivory Art Glass
Shiny-surfaced Ivory Art Glass is a blend of antique ivory and cream colored glass with a warm tone that falls between our White and Amber Swirl Art Glass.
Topaz Art Glass
Neutral deep brown when unlit, Topaz Art Glass dramatically transforms into a dynamic blend of rich and warm glowing swirls when lit.
Hand Blown Glass
Hand-blown glass come in four different shades as well as five different textures. Because glass of this type is hand-made, small blemishes and bubbles are natural. These blemishes are what makes hand-blown options so desirable; each piece is it's own.