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The Glass Is Greener

Plates and bowls that look like beach glass.

Pictured from top to bottom, plate, $25; bowl, $42; bowl, $50; platter, $92; and plate, $36. (Photo by Joel Benjamin) Pictured from top to bottom, plate, $25; bowl, $42; bowl, $50; platter, $92; and plate, $36.
By Christie Matheson
March 16, 2008

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The smooth, translucent plates and bowls may look like pieces of beach glass that have been worn by ocean waves, but they're actually made from postindustrial recycled glass. The dishes, from Riverside Design Group, are sold at Fiddlehead, a new eco-friendly housewares and gift store on Newbury Street. Look there for recycled-glass wineglasses, stationery made from recycled paper, and even ... (Full article: 76 words)

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