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CoolSnowGlobes

Windsor,  VT 
United States
http://www.coolsnowglobes.com
  • Booth: 7474


CoolSnowGlobes Chillingly Beautiful

CoolSnowGlobes puts a contemporary spin on the classic snow globe, by creating exquisite scenes and unexpected concepts encased in hand-blown glass spheres. 

A new additions to our family is the result of a wayward snow globe. Called theNightBULB, we have created a cordless LED lamp.

Brands: CoolSnowGlobes, theNightBULB


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  • Cat on Books Snow Globe
    This Cat on Books snow globe celebrates literature’s fantasies with the flutter of gold butterflies. As you shake it, we invite you to step into another magical world....

  • Cat on Books Snow Globe

    Books can invest even the most ordinary of settings with magic, conjuring the wintry beauty of C. S. Lewis’s Narnia or the beautiful ghosts in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s 100 Years of Solitude. This Cat on Books snow globe celebrates literature’s fantasies with the flutter of gold butterflies. As you shake it, we invite you to step into another magical world. 

  • theNightBULB
    the NightBULB it’s not a light bulb... The NightBULB is made of a double-walled piece of hand blown glass sitting on a cast resin base. The illusory, sharing a warm glow perfect for intimate settings....

  • the NightBULB
    it’s not a light bulb...

    The NightBULB is made of a double-walled piece of hand blown glass sitting on a cast resin base. The illusory, internal bulb captures the light provided by a LED bulb hidden in the base, sharing a warm glow perfect for intimate settings. The NightBULB is powered by three AAA batteries, making it a cordless light source that can go anywhere you do. It fits easily in one hand, and offers no threat to humans nor to the environment.

    A successful marriage of form and function, the NightBULB combined elements of the human and the machine. The organic form found in the hand blown glass unites cleanly with the geometric cylinder comprising the base. The concept carries through the packaging as well, as the NightBULB’s heavy craft paper box is accented with our silver embossed icon.

    While many products harken back to the form of an incandescent bulb—the NightBULB is the only one that is completely portable, making it ideal for many uses. It provides enough light to function as a bedside reading lamp or could be used as the nightlight in a nursery. It can add a clean, contemporary aesthetic to any dining table, indoors our out. If need be, the NightBULB can also come to the rescue as emergency lighting, too.

    And it always evokes a smile, and we believe the world can always use a few more smiles.

    the NightBULB illuminates the way. 

  • Mini Jewels Set Snow Globe
    Inspired by the rich tones of precious jewels—amethyst, topaz, aquamarine, and peridot—our new set of mini globes glows with colors that dance off each other....

  • Mini Jewels Set Snow Globes

    Inspired by the rich tones of precious jewels—amethyst, topaz, aquamarine, and peridot*—our new set of mini globes glows with colors that dance off each other. Alone, each one explodes and glitters with carefully mixed tones, reflecting back the traditional meaning of each stone or pure aesthetic.
  • NYC Silver Snow Globe
    Like its model city, our New York City snow globe contains a little bit of everything. For tourists and locals alike, it celebrates the diverse and limitless ways to encounter the city....

  • NYC Silver Snow Globe

    Like its model city, our New York City snow globe contains a little bit of everything. For tourists and locals alike, it celebrates the diverse and limitless ways to encounter the city. Mirroring the experience of walking through the “City that Never Sleeps,” our cityscape offers a new surprise at every turn—from the familiar Chrysler Building to the new One World Trade Center, from the New York Public Library’s lions to Wall Street’s bull. Thankfully, we’ve shrunken them all so it’s a little less overwhelming!

    Can you locate all of the hidden treasures that New York has to offer?

    Here’s a guide to get you started:

    Degas’ “Dancer”
    The ferry
    A subway train
    The Statue of Liberty
    A taxi
    Jazz saxophone player
    A shopper
    The White Rabbit from Central Park’s Alice in Wonderland Sculpture, Central Park
    A “big apple”
    The Gargoyles from the Chrysler Building
    The New York Public Library lions, Patience and Fortitude
    St. Patrick’s Cathedral
    The new One World Trade Center
    The Wall Street bull sculpture
    The Brooklyn Bridge

  • Umbrella Men Snow Globe
    Abstracted in black, white, and grey silhouettes, the Umbrella Men battle silver rain in a scene at home in a surrealist painting, a morning commute in a big city, or a dream....

  • The first snow globes, displayed at the 1878 Paris Universal Exposition, contained a miniature man holding an open umbrella. Well, we’ve come a long way from then. Our latest piece harkens back to the first snow globe but presents a modern new take on an old form. Abstracted in black, white, and grey silhouettes, the Umbrella Men battle silver rain in a scene at home in a surrealist painting, a morning commute in a big city, or a dream.
  • Paris Snow Globe
    A snow globe inspired by the paper cutout art that we love, the city rises in elegant silhouettes of iconic sites in the city of Paris....

  • Paris

    Snow globes owe much of their history to Paris. The first one was presented in the city’s 1878 Universal Exposition, and the second, displayed there 11 years later, featured a miniature Eiffel Tower encased in glass. Now, we have reimagined the Paris globe for the contemporary age.

    Inspired by the paper cutout art that we love, the city rises in elegant silhouettes of the Arch de Triomphe, Rodin’s “The Thinker,” and other iconic sites. From the 1607 Pont Neuf Bridge to I.M. Pei’s 1989 Louvre Pyramid, our snow globe is an ode to all things beautiful, both old and new, in the City of Lights.

    Visit these sites in our Paris snow globe: 

    Auguste Rodin’s, The Thinker (1902)
    The Eiffel Tower (1989)
    Notre Dame de Paris (1163–1345)
    L’Arc de Triomphe (1806)
    A café (various times)
    Saint-Michel Metro Stop, Hector Guimard Art Nouveau entrance (1910)
    Moulin Rouge (1889)
    A fashionable woman (forever)
    I. M. Pei’s Glass Pyramid entrance to the Louvre (1989)
    Luxor Obelisk at the Place de la Concorde (1833)
    Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre (1914)
    Pont Neuf, bridge (1607)
    The Conciergerie, a former prison (14th century)
    Winged horse from Pont Alexandre 111, a bridge (1886–1900)
    Génie de la Liberté at the Place de la Bastille (1835–1840)

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