Kids & Wileyware
I started making my drinking glasses when my son (now 12) was a toddler.
When you first learn to work with glass, you blow thick, chunky objects.
The glasses I made were just the right size for his little hands and I made more of them as gifts for my friends' kids.
Glass is strong when it is blown thick, so I knew they wouldn’t break during the gravity testing phase of early child development!
My son (and the other boys in his neighborhood posse) have been drinking out of these glasses (minis and water glasses) for years with only one broken glass in ten years.
Children are excellent product testers! And of course, kids are wowed by the fabulous color shifting optics of these glasses.