Artfully Crafted European Glassware Company Launches

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American company emerges to offer choice imported dining ware at affordable prices.

Today's table and glassware market has become saturated with cheaply made products manufactured at low cost. A woman with an entrepreneurial spirit, Cathy Testerman, is working to capitalize on the trend by offering artfully glass-blown dinnerware. Her company-- is cleverly named to capitalize on people's inability to type, specializes in importing exquisitely crafted glassware from Romania.

Thus far, she has garnered a consumer niche that has grown steadily. Her extensive product catalogue of hand blown glasses from renowned creators such as Milano, Bacchus, and Orleans is not only a hit with customers looking to fill their kitchen cupboards, it is generating interest with many collectors and fine dining enthusiasts as well. "Each piece created takes days to melt in the artist's oven," explains Cathy. "This glassware is special because the artist adds a colored 'bubble' elongated throughout the stem which makes it completely unique."

The company's success can be attributed to many factors, but's ease of navigability and minimalist layout certainly contribute to her customers' pleasant shopping experience--an aspect that ultimately leads to increased sales. In addition to offering a myriad of collections, the site maintains a competitive edge by regularly keeping their prices within very affordable pricing brackets. Selling glassware and fine dining products can be a risky endeavor when the customers ordering the products reside all over the world. That's why the company has instituted a one hundred percent guarantee against breakage and defective items upon receipt, allaying the reservations of potential buyers who are turned off to the idea of shipping such delicate items.

With numerous occasions to buy, such as weddings, anniversaries, and housewarmings, it is easy to see this budding business has the potential to serve up some serious numbers in the coming years.

Contact: Cathy Testerman
(405) 642-8426

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