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Coveted Mid-Century Glassware, Minus the Flea Market Hunt

Ditch the plain white mixing bowls.

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Chase Pellerin

With time, a color can become emblematic of an era. Mustard yellow in the ‘70s, for example. In the case of mid-century kitchens, jadeite milk glass was iconic — and remains a highly coveted flea market find more than half a century later. For those less attracted to the thrill of the hunt, there’s Mosser Glassware. The Ohio-based company has specialized in high-quality, handcrafted glassware for more than three decades, working with vintage and vintage-inspired molds.

Glossy but not glinting, and with a subtle translucence, Mosser Glassware’s stackable jadeite bowls act as statement-making serving pieces (or mixing bowls, or fruit baskets). Used in restaurants like Danny Bowien’s irreverent Mission Chinese, the bowls offer a retro infusion without any unwanted kitsch — and the added benefit of being microwave- and dishwasher-safe.

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