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1.24.13 at 10:51 pm
Hi there: Watched (again) ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ and was reminded (again) how often I’ve searched for the glassware used in the dining scene (matching water and wine glasses). Any suggestiuons as to where I might find these?
GREAT website by the way… thank you for sharing it with us!
1.25.13 at 7:40 am
Sorry, I don’t know anything about the glassware. I wish movies came with a list of resources like that. Wouldn’t that be great? We should start a petition or something. 🙂
1.26.13 at 9:38 pm
Hi Elaine, I love the glassware used in the dining scene as well. Several other SGG blogs have mentioned that it’s made by Simon Pearce (Hartland Stemware). You can find it here:
I also loved the unique spice container in the SGG kitchen. You can purchase it through Dean and Deluca here:
There’s also a wonderful audio interview with Beth Rubino, Set Decorator for SGG. You might find this to be informative as well:
Hope that helps!
1.26.13 at 9:43 pm
9.10.13 at 12:01 pm
I’ve also been searching for the stemware from the movie SGG – thank you for that info Lisa! The Simon Pearce glasses are in fact quite beautiful, but very pricey….any idea where we can find ‘look-alikes’??
9.11.13 at 10:57 am
Hi Ruth, In the past I’ve seen stemware on Pottery Barn’s website that mimicked the Simon Pearce glasses. They aren’t carrying them at this time but I notice they constantly change their stemware selection. Maybe in the future they will offer something again that’s similar.
Here’s a link to some stemware from Restoration Hardware. The design isn’t exactly like Simon Pearce but it has some similar characteristics.
9.11.13 at 12:04 pm
Thanks so, so much Lisa – I’ll check both of those out 🙂
I’m such a fan of the movie, the house, the table settings – the whole anchelata (sp?) !!
9.8.14 at 10:46 am
Hello Again Lisa! Any chance you know where I can find these glasses now? They don’t seem to be available at Pottery Barn now. The Simon Pierce are way too pricey….
9.8.14 at 3:11 pm
There are some glasses at Restoration Hardware that are similar and they’re on sale. The only downfall is that they recommend washing them by hand. But if you don’t mind that, I think this style is about as close as you’ll get to the Simon Pearce glass…and they’re beautiful, too. Here’s a link:
I found a few everyday glassware options at Williams-Sonoma…they aren’t exact but they have a similar look. Plus they’re dishwasher safe. Here are a couple of links:
Here’s one from Sur la Table (again, not exact):
If you don’t like any of the above options, I would continue looking at all the major online kitchen stores (surlatable.com, williams-sonoma.com, crateandbarrel.com, restorationhardware.com, etc.) because they’re constantly updating their glassware styles.
4.24.15 at 2:45 am
Where can I find chair covers like the ones used in this scene? They are adorable.
6.12.15 at 8:05 pm
I am pretty sure the stemware referred to is from William Yeoward’s Country collection. The glasses are called Fanny Goblet and Fanny Wine.
6.12.15 at 8:52 pm
6.20.15 at 9:42 pm
Looking for info on this dining room set! Redoing my dining room and I just won’t be satisfied until it looks like this! 🙂 any info you have on the table, chairs, and *swoon* those chair covers, please please please let me know! Even similar items! Thank you !
6.21.15 at 12:23 am
Back in 2013 I posted a comment about an audio interview with Beth Rubino, Set Decorator for SGG. Here’s the link:
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and you’ll see the podcast buttons (one for desktop and one for mobile). I listened to it back in 2013 and thought it was fascinating. I do remember there was a lot of good information about the set…maybe you’ll hear information about the dining room set.
6.21.15 at 11:10 am
Thank you Lisa – I found this podcast fascinating as well. I’m gonna watch SGG tonight 🙂 and relive it all those good feelings, good laughs and beautiful decor again! I’ve been in search of those beautiful glasses, but the original ones are way too pricey for me.
Thank you again for the comment and podcast.
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