Asta Glass Zipper Pitcher XYZ, Etched and Painted in Gold or Silver with Real Zipper, Artistic Designer Glassware Barware
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Zipper Pitcher XYZ by Asta Glass

Asta Glass creates these handmade and sandblasted Zipper Pitcher. The "zipper glass" has been permanently etched, then painted and a real zipper pull attached.  A little naughty can be fun! 

Handmade in the USA.

Set of Two

* Available in gold or silver

Shipping: approximately one to two weeks.

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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.


Designs are sandblasted giving each piece a frosted look and soft touch. All glasses are designed and decorated in Kathryn’s studio just south of San Francisco. Handmade in the USA.

Kathryn Gooding, Asta Glass, Profile Image

Kathryn Gooding, designer and owner of Asta Glass, had always enjoyed a good martini, but couldn’t find enough interesting glasses from which to drink them.

Sensing a need, she left behind a career in finance, founded Asta Glass, and became its designer, manufacturer, chief bottle and glass washer (really!), salesperson and accountant. With no formal art training, she relied instead on her sources of inspiration. She taught herself the method of sandblasting designs onto glasses and wasn’t satisfied until each glass met her meticulous standards.

Now using both sides of her brain, Kathryn happily works on new designs and shapes inspired by the Bay Area’s beauty and the ideas that pour into it from around the world. Together with a small group of local craftspeople and artisans, she still manufactures, sells and keeps the books at her studio near San Francisco, and makes a fine martini for herself, her husband, and whoever drops by at the end of the day. Asta Glass maintains its original vow of providing an interesting and fun product at a very good price, and we try our best to bring you great service with the utmost civility. We like to think that somewhere, we've made someone's day, every day.



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