Annieglass Celebrates 40 Years of Iconic Glass Tableware
This year, Ann Morhauser is celebrating four decades of producing her highly successful line of glass tableware and gifts. Annieglass is designed and produced in Santa Cruz County, and Ann has combined her skills as a designer, artisan, businesswoman, and educator to build a highly regarded brand as well as a sustainable company.
Annieglass is as versatile as it is durable; pieces are individually crafted, dishwasher safe and chip resistant, and complement casual get-togethers and formal soirées. Annieglass is made at her studio factory in the south Santa Cruz County town of Watsonville by a dedicated team of master American craftsmen and women who proudly engrave the studio signature on every piece. Sold through the finest luxury stores and resorts in the nation, Annieglass can also be found in the collections of the Luce Foundation Collection of American Craft at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, Scotland, and the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York. The public is welcome to participate in free factory tours on Fridays and Saturdays, which detail how the staff of glass workers slump over 300 pieces of glass a day.