Key facts

float cream + sugar
float glassware
molo >
Stephanie Forsythe >, Todd MacAllen >
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Dining-table accessories-Glasses >
Dining-table accessories-Glasses >

Product description

The sugar + cream set was designed to accompany float tea lantern and tea cups. The large set includes one sugar bowl with lid and one creamer with a delicate spout. The small set is a more personal serving size; a matching pair of vessels with spouts for pouring milk, honey, cream, sugar or syrup. Both sizes are versatile for serving sauces and the small set is perfect for measuring out cocktails.

Each piece of float glassware is handcrafted by master glassblowers in the Czech Republic from the finest German borosilicate glass. This extremely pure and chemically inert material is resistant to thermal shock, allowing all float glassware to be used safely with both hot and cold liquids.

Product family


float is a line of thermally resistant glassware with simple forms and clean lines that emphasize the expressive colours and charms of the tea, spirits and other liquids within.

The glassware is handcrafted by master glassblowers in the Czech Republic from the finest borosilicate glass, an extremely pure and chemically inert material that is resistant to thermal shock. This allows float to be used safely with boiling hot or icy cold liquids.

The suspended bowl creates a lens of liquid colour, projecting hues of light onto the table below, and insulates your hands from your beverage. When used for a chilled drink, beads of condensation will gather on the underbelly of the bowl, adding delicacy to the optical effect rather than making rings on the tabletop.

float tea lantern, the collection’s signature piece, is a tea pot named for the quality of light transmitted through the tea by the warming candle. The lantern is made with a double glass wall, enclosing a vacuum, to provide thermal insulation. The insulated wall allows for the simple form of a cylinder without a handle—simply hold and pour the way you would a wine bottle.