|Cordova 18-8 Stainless Steel Sugar Bowl, Creamer and Tray|
|Couroc Cheese Tray|
David Douglas was a prolific designer of sleek, cool, mid-century styled kitchenware and dinnerware. Responsible for numerous carafes, bread trays, butter dishes, and even a “lighted beverage glass,” which he patented in 1975 there is very little known about the man other than his name appearing on the bottom of many kitchen products. Though his work in the 1960's is phenomenal it is his Genie server carafe that commands the most attention. Regardless, I was smitten by this glass with gold trim coffee carafe from the 1960's - one of the few I've seen with a cone shape.
|David Douglas Carafe ca. 1962|
Museum of American Glass in West Virginia
Modernism From the Heartland