Latest News From Pairpoint

Pairpoint Renovation Begins!

The first of phase of renovation to our Sagamore facility is underway. Beginning with our retail store, Pairpoint is getting a much needed improvement. Demolition of our store begins today. Although the shop is closed during the renovation, our office is still operating as normal. If you’d like to make an order or retail purchase during this time, contact us directly at (508) 888-2344 or

Excited to start enhancing the retail experience for our customers! Stay tuned for more updates!

Collector Brought in Pairpoint’s First Edition Cup Plate

Today a local collector stopped by Pairpoint to show us one of her prized glass pieces: Pairpoint’s first ever cup plate design. Only 1 of 200 ever produced, it is so rare that even our glassblowers and former cup plate press team had never seen it.  Thank you Maria for bringing it in!

Authentic Bullseye Windows

Pairpoint has been making traditionally crafted bullseye (crown glass) window panes for clients for decades. Our hand spun rondels are cut to size in house to be professional installed in doors, cabinets, and windows by builders and craftsmen.

Our bullseyes are available in clear, light amethyst, and a variety of other colors as well.

If you’d like more information about sourcing our handmade bullseye panes, please contact us directly.



Corning Museum of Glass Video on Mt. Washington/Pairpoint

Pairpoint on WCVB

If you use the Sagamore Bridge to get to Cape Cod, you may be passing of one the most historical business in the country and not even know it.

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Gosling’s Dark n’ Stormy Classic

We made the trophy for the Gosling’s Dark ‘n Stormy Classic. Here it is with Laura Wearn, 2016’s winner.

Southern New England Wedding features Pairpoint glass for gifts

Southern New England Wedding features Pairpoint glass for gifts

Figawi Trophies by Pairpoint

Before the award ceremony in Nantucket.

One of the winners drinking from his trophy.

Pairpoint Glass: The Bryden Years (1970-1988) – Exhibit at Sandwich Glass Museum

Pairpoint Glass: The Bryden Years (1970 – 1988)

Boston Globe features Pairpoint

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