Collections: Coloured Glassware

Wonderglass

Wonderglass

When you think of coloured glassware the first thing that comes to mind is dated vases or sculptures you would
typically find at your grandmothers house. Despite it's dated past, coloured glassware is having a major comeback.
We have a discovered a new love for it and have hunted down the most beautiful coloured glass pieces
which add subtle colour, dimension and personality to your interior space.

 

 

Ceremonial beaker By The New Craftsmen

We are obsessing over this beaker. The wavy coloured glass handles make it incredibly unique giving it a place on this list.  It is made from Boro-silicate glass with crimped green handles and pink lip, handblown by London glass blower Jochen Holz, in collaboration with Rose de Borman.

https://www.thenewcraftsmen.com/

https://www.thenewcraftsmen.com/

 

Styling Inspiration

We love the way the light refracts through the different glass thus creating beautiful patterns and colours.

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Oiva Toikka

When we discovered Oiva Toikka's work we instantly became enamoured with his candy like glasswares. Oiva Toikka is a Finnish glass designer, he is renowned for his glassware designs for the Finnish design companyLittala .  

Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka

Enzo Mari - Cubo

This sculpture by Enzo Mari is made from cast iron spheres and resin. Enzo Mari is a Italian modernist artist and furniture designer.

Enzo Mari

Enzo Mari

FOS, ‘Glass Vase’, 2017

The fluidity of this vase gives it a completely unique look, not only is it vase but it is a sculptural piece of art. FOS explains to concept behind his design “ The vase embodies the surface of the mountain, calibrated to the size of human interiors. It’s limited what references an object into a vase, other than a flower: A vase is designed to contain a little piece of nature’s flowers. But then there is scale. If you look at all the brick houses made by bricks, made to fit the human hand, then scale becomes a perspective. That’s what the shape of this vase is about. It’s about taking the surface of the mountain and scaling it down to the size of hands and flowers.”

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The "Alcova" collection by the Bouroullec brothers for Wonderglass

What drew us to this installation was the prominence of the colour in the glass, the thickness of the glass allows it to become the main focus, creating a beautiful backdrop for your accessories.  Wonderglass explains "Each object is in two parts and consists of a cylindrical vase and a screen behind the vase. This shade is available in two shapes - as a right-angled or semicircular niche, the latter terminating with a calotte at the top. All elements of the collection are made of thick-walled glass, which is intended to make the craftsmanship of the objects visible. "

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