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This tall semi-transparent glass vase with texture has a shimmering surface and goes nice with something like long and elegant roses or other bouquets.
The vases are designed by Ilse Crawford, to be both beautiful on their own and to have a shape that highlights your flowers.
The rings at the bottom hold the stems at the desired angle and create space between the flowers.
The elongated neck of the vase provides support for flowers with long stems or heavy petals.
Each vase is unique since they are mouth-blown by skilled artisans.
Feel free to match with other vases in the KONSTFULL series to create a coordinated style at home.
|Diameter:||6 ¼ "|
|Height:||10 ¼ "|
|Weight Gross:||2 lb 11 oz|
|Weight Net:||2 lb 11 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.18 cu.ft|
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
To make our mouth blown glass, we collaborate with skilled glassblowers who have developed the art of creating finished products over many years. At the glassworks, the glassblower gathers molten glass on a pipe and carefully shapes the glass. The talent, experience and creativity put into production makes each product personal – a piece of art in your home.
In glass production there is always leftover glass, for example broken or cut pieces. Not much that can be done about it, so it’s all more important that the glass is used again in a good way. That’s why we put leftover glass to use in KONSTFULL vases. They contain 50-70 percent leftover glass, meaning that we consume less new raw material – and also reduce our energy consumption since leftover glass melts more easily.
“Fresh-cut flowers are a true pleasure in a home. We offer them as presents or arrange and carefully choose their place in the room, to bring moments of happiness and full attention. The idea when I designed KONSTFULL was to create glass vases that suit everyday life – vases that present flowers in a beautiful way, every time. Working with recovered glass, the aim was to offer a tactile finish while getting the most out of a material that’s been given a second life.”
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