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. 
Our globes are unique and distinctive, easily recognized by our classic square base. 

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  • CoolSnowGlobes Washington DC Snow Globe
    From the Potomac to the People’s House, Washington DC is a dynamic city with a rich cultural and political history. How many of the following sites can you find in our Washington DC globe?<br />...

  • From the Potomac to the People’s House, Washington DC is a dynamic city with a rich cultural and political history. How many of the following sites can you find in our Washington DC globe? A bald eagle, the Washington Monument with a bust of George Washington, a Gemini capsule from the Air and Space Museum, Martin Luther King Memorial, a tribute to the Civil Rights Movement, the Lincoln Memorial, Korea Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, 13 Stars for the 13 Colonies, the Kennedy Center for the Arts, Congress, the Supreme Court, Iwo Jima Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Monument with his dog Fala, and the Smithsonian.

  • CoolSnowGlobes Train
    Modeled after a classic 1880 steam engine, our Train water globe charges through the high desert with an engineer and brakeman at the ready....

  • Train Snow Globe
    Modeled after a classic 1880 steam engine, our Train water globe charges through the high desert with an engineer and brakeman at the ready. Imagine 140 years ago… The strength and sound of human ingenuity connecting the coasts as it cut through the landscape. When the train came to town it brought more than people, news, mail, and supplies. It brought the future.

  • CoolSnowGlobes Snowflake
    Like those early photographs, our Snowflake suspends the crystalline, geometric perfection of what Bentley called “tiny miracles of beauty.”...

  • In the 19th century, Wilson “Snowflake” Bentley struggled to capture the fleeting wonder of snowflakes, successfully photographing the first in 1885 using a surface of black velvet. Though the methodology has improved since then, the awe for the snowflake’s exquisiteness remains.

    Like those early photographs, our Snowflake suspends the crystalline, geometric perfection of what Bentley called “tiny miracles of beauty.”

  • CoolSnowGlobes Deer in Woods
    The snap of a twig underfoot alerts the deer to your presence. You still your heart and watch as steam rises from the doe’s breath. Eyes meet. A quiet moment shared in perfect stillness....

  • The snap of a twig underfoot alerts the deer to your presence. You still your heart and watch as steam rises from the doe’s breath. Eyes meet. A quiet moment shared in perfect stillness. The fawn resumes drinking from the stream, relaxed and refreshed. Venture now as they do, back into the day, senses heightened and aware.
  • CoolSnowGlobes Lab in the Woods
    “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I<br /> I took the one less traveled by,<br />And that has made all the difference!”<br /> — Robert Frost<br /><br />“He’s a good boy!”<br /> — CoolSnowGlobes...

  • I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.”

               — Henry David Thoreau

    “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I
     I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference!”

               — Robert Frost

    “He’s a good boy!”

              — CoolSnowGlobes

  • CoolSnowGlobes Fox and Bear
    The spray of green leaves and the first sprinkle of grass evidence that spring is here. The crescent moon invites a fox and bear onto the stage, thirsty for life after their long winter slumber....

  • The spray of green leaves and the first sprinkle of grass evidence that spring is here. The crescent moon invites a fox and bear onto the stage, thirsty for life after their long winter slumber. The excited promise of warmer days keeps everyone on their toes. As with people, relationships are rekindled in springtime.
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