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CALM Vase Small

900.00

This small blown glass vase creates fascinating optical effects in various lighting situations. A delicate white line and a unique imprint on the vase’s bottom recreates Nature’s Phenomena of fog and dew. Each piece is handcrafted from thick crystal clear glass and differs slightly in size and thickness.

 

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To note

Technique : mouth–blown glass
Dimensions : H 12cm, D 10cm | Weight 1,5kg
Slight variation from the item pictured must be expected as each vase is handcrafted and unique.
Engraved with a year and artist’s signature.
The vase is made to order, creation time can take 4–8 weeks.
For estimated delivery time or any other questions regarding the item,
please contact : [email protected]

 

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Collection Calm

Inspired by two phenomena that happens in nature fog & dew, this signature collection offers a set of three uniquely formed vases and a sophisticated bowl & tray. Each object is made from free formed mouth–blown glass that reveals the plasticity and brilliant shine of the glass through special imprints, where the glass once touched metal. An Antique Latvian linen-craft tool was used to achieve this imprint and it has become a distinctive feature of Collection Calm. The employment of this archaic artefact signifies the timeless relationship between Nature’s phenomena and ancient Latvian craft tradition which is expressed in Contemporary Glass Art through symbolic ‘imprint of time’.

Collection Calm has been previously exhibited in France, Italy, United Kingdom, Japan, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Germany and the Baltic States.
It is a part of the public collection at the Seto City Art Museum in Japan and private collections worldwide.

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