A multipurpose table you can prep and cook food on and then dine at all while interacting with your guests.
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A new company sets out to revive hand-cut crystal in Ireland, working with modern designers to create fresh, exciting hand-cut patterns.
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A fresh new company debuts their first collection that was supported through crowdfunding.
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Concrete and wood come together for some useful storage pieces with a modern edge.