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Tennessee Williams would never have dreamed of recycling glass (though, maybe plot lines). This horse, one of Jonathan Adler’s Glass Menagerie critters, is made of stoneware in Peru, at a Fair Trade workshop founded through Aid to Artisans, with sparkling accents of ground glass. $98. Jonathan Adler, 4040 NE Second Avenue, Miami; 305-576-0200; jonathanadler.com.
GIDDYUP Tennessee Williams would never have dreamed of recycling glass (though, maybe plot lines). This horse, one of Jonathan Adler’s Glass Menagerie critters, is made of stoneware in Peru, at a Fair Trade workshop founded through Aid to Artisans, with sparkling accents of ground glass. $98. Jonathan Adler, 4040 NE Second Avenue, Miami; 305-576-0200; jonathanadler.com.

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