DECO large splashed amber bowl

SKU: O-DE-AAS

€199

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Not perfect, but highly affordable! These hand-blown bowls have acquired small industrial imperfections like bubble in the glass, water stain or a scratch.

The DECO collection presents geometrical shapes with refined color and mirror effects. Objects of elegant sophistication that range from luxurious to purely simple. A desirable possession, to be sure. Will look great on the table as a fruit bowl, as well as a purely decorative item.

These are products that have not reached our store shelves because of the different color and material nuances that make it unique and more affordable for the buyer!

Dimensions: ⌀ 345 mm | height 125 mm | volume 5,3l | weight 3 kg

Each an&angel product is handmade in Europe by highly skilled glass artisans. Utilizing proven and refined techniques, we ensure that every piece achieves timeless quality and perfect glass clarity. Some of an&angel products have our signature mirror coating, combined with innovative technology, guarantees longevity, preventing oxidation and fading for an everlasting effect and enduring metal shine.

Free shipping and return worldwide on all orders over 150 EUR (except OUTLET). Please note that customers are responsible for any local customs duties.

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All products are securely packaged in cardboard boxes, covered in protective foam casing. Guaranteed replacement for any broken parcels.

Here you'll discover a variety of items from previous collections that are no longer in our regular inventory. In addition to our archive collections, we also offer a selection of seconds sale items.

where glass meets metal

We use materials that essentially shouldn't work together - metal and glass to form an ultra-thin stainless steel or titanium overlay with the glass surface to create a mirror effect while retaining transparency.

designed by

Artis Nīmanis

Artis Nimanis devoted years of experimentation in his Latvian studio developing an innovative, and exclusive, method for combining glass and metal. His technique is a treatment of the material in a high vacuum environment where the metal is transformed into a fog and allowed to naturally settle on the glass surface, and as a final stage is burned in with plasma rays.

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