50 Years of LSA International .. Oh, and Chocolate.

STILT Vase LSAIt only seems like yesterday that I was writing about Easter last year but a whole year really has passed. I can’t wait for a little break and a few lie ins. It is definitely time to crack open some chocolate eggs and celebrate all things chocolate ! How about you ? Are you taking some time out ?

Today, I have some photos to show you of one of my favourite brands LSA International. I’m often drawn to their glassware and porcelain in stores. It’s maybe because they do stunning colourful glass ranges and they look and feel such good quality.

It wad hardly a difficult decision to collaborate with them. I feel very honoured to do so, especially as it is their 50 year anniversary this year. LSA International started out, back then, using enamels and soon moved on to leathers, porcelain and wood. The glassware in all its glorious shapes and sizes is what they are best known for, now in 2016.

It’s good to see though, that they still incorporate their initial materials in to their designs today. Like the STILT Vase / Tealight Holder and Ash Stand above with it’s stand made from natural ash wood. The legs are turned. The glass is all blown and they fit in to carved stands in the base. It’s versatile as it can be used in many different ways or you can use the holders separately and it comes gift boxed and is £125.

LSA Stilt Vase RoseIt feels so good to have the sun shining through the window on to the roses and to smell the scented candles. I love Spring.

LSA BowlThis Serve Circle Platter is such a good idea for serving up load of different things but of course I had to christen it with a home made white chocolate dip ( chocolate, butter and slowly melted and then single cream folded in, just in case you’re wondering …  ) and some naughty sweet treats.

LSA Circle PlatterYou could also fill it with it fruit and the central section cream or vegetables or even prawns and put houmous in the middle ?

LSA Circle Platter TreatsEither will be a big hit here. The glass is handmade and its £50. A really handy thing to have in the cupboard for last minute get togethers.

Champage Tower

I have always wanted some champagne glasses in this coupe shape, created to overflow in to the glasses below. There’s something really special about sipping a sparkling drink from a delicate glass. So vintage and stylish – and this shape is also used nowadays for certain cocktails too.

But seriously, you have to show me some love for achieving what this set of 10 glasses is designed for  – being called Champagne Tower Set ! All placed very carefully while Andy stood close by, saying ” Careful, careful … “. Actually, it was quite easy to be honest. If you need some in your life the set is £80.

They’re lovely aren’t they ? Something special for family gatherings and Summer soirées.

LSA Glass

All in all, loved up with these gorgeous items and hope you’ve enjoyed reading my post.

Have a good day – and have a really Happy Easter.

Lucy x

This is a collaboration with LSA International. All opinions are my own.

 

2 Comments

Laura

I can’t move on from the Marshmallows – they look soooo good! Beautiful photography in this feature, a lovely read for a Friday morning :)

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