Near the ancient seaside city of Valencia along the Mediterranean coast of Spain, bottles and glasses grace the tables of homes and sidewalk cafes. They are filled with the fruity wines, citrusy cocktails, and the region’s favorite—horchata. But when the evening ends, these glasses, once filled with memories and joy, are found chipped, crushed, or simply discarded, finding their way to landfills, where they sit decomposing for thousands of years. This is not a story about those pieces. This is a story of those lucky exceptions that are not lost but found.