These playful snack plates are made from cut, fused and slumped glass. Made to be used and loved, they will elevate your favorite snacks and help make your apps look even more appetizing. Yes, they remind us of quilts as well, isn’t it great when craft references other craft? We thought so too.
Obviously they're wonderful on your dining table, or you could also set one in your entryway for keys; place one on a vanity for your rings and jewelry, they’re versatile.
Made in Richmond, VA, these glass plates are cut then fused then slumped into form by Rachel Rader and Jason Blandford - the masterminds behind personplacepattern.
Each plate has a slightly varied pattern but will be working with the same color palette. The tortoise palette works with a lovely transparent green, a minty opaque green and a lovely marbled cream and mocha opaque glass combo that is just so fresh.
Every handmade piece at Alma’s is a story of its craft.