Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) March 20, 2008
Memoria Glass Art Bottles and Cruets launched a new web site illustrated by beautiful hand blown glass art bottles and cruets. Each bottle and cruet is hand crafted in Europe and filled with olive oil and vinegar to create a magnificent work of art. Until the end of May 2008, visitors can sign up to receive discounts on the glass art bottles and cruets.
Jean Bohren, a native New Yorker, now living in Florida with her husband, relocated Memoria Glass Art Bottles and Cruets to Jacksonville, Florida. A new web site was designed and launched to accommodate her customers around the globe. Her bottles and cruets are unique products that are imported from Europe and are considered glass art bottles and cruets that can decorate every home. They can be found in some of the most trendy restaurants and hotels around the country.
"Art is in everyone and everyone can express himself or herself in a unique way through art," says Jean, who creates and serves her customers with unique glass art bottles and cruets. "We find our passion and gifts in this life and we run with them, mine just happens to be glass art bottles and cruets filled with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and red wine vinegar."
Most of the company's products are unique counter top decorations that serve a functional purpose as well as provide a piece of art to the dining experience.
In addition to adding art to the dining table, Jean's glass art bottles and cruets are creating a buzz in the gift business. Customers are purchasing the bottles and cruets as family heirlooms and giving them as gifts on such special occasions as weddings and anniversaries.
For additional information visit http://www.glassartbottles.com. By filling in a name and e-mail address, visitors can sign up to earn a 5 percent discount on any Memoria Glass Art Bottle or Cruet through May 2008.
Samantha Snipes, Vice President
Memoria Glass Art Bottles and Cruets
11764 Marco Beach Blvd # 3
Jacksonville, FL 32224
info @ glassartbottles.com