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  • Kate Hume Caillou Vases - Set Of Three
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    Kate Hume Caillou Vases - Set Of Three
    Designed by Kate Hume, the Caillou vases are three small pebble-like vessels ideal as a center piece or decoration. Presented as a set of 3 and arranged in groups, the Caillou vases create a playful dynamism of curves and colors. Manufactured by When Objects Work and handmade in Belgium, the mouth blow glass vases are available in two color combinations with an emphases on natural jewel-tone colors. Evoking nature, the Caillou vases have an organic shape with an obvious touch of the hand in its gentle form.
  • Kate Hume Pebble Vase
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    Kate Hume Pebble Vase
    One of the designer's earliest projects, Kate Hume's Pebble Vase is evocative of her characteristic use of bold organic shapes. With an emphasis on jewel-tone colors, the Pebble Vase is stunning when featured alone, but even more so when shown in groups, allowing the play of shadows and layered colors between the forms to make a strong statement. Each vase is handmade and features an obvious "touch" of the hand in its gentle form. The one of a kind glass vessels have been exhibited internationally and give a finishing touch to interior spaces.
  • Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta Box Flower Vase
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    Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta Box Flower Vase
    Known for their mouth-blown glass designs, Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta mix functionality and minimal design together in the Box Flower Vase. Consisting of a cubic glass vase and a lid punctuated by holes, the Box vase is perfect for keeping stems standing upright without the use of skinny vases. Used to hold a single stem or to make modern arrangements of greenery, the organic form of the vase makes it a sensual object for the home.
  • Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta Tess Glass Carafes
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    Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta Tess Glass Carafes
    Combining the fluid nature of glass with the subtlety of wood, Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta’s Tess Carafe is an elegant addition to the tabletop or bar. With a pure simplicity and sensuous form, the carafe acts as a vessel for juice or water while also decanting wine. Mouth-blown, the organic nature of the carafe is contrasted with the cylindrical wood which envelopes the handle. This feature is not only decorative as it allows for easing pouring. Available in two sizes to suit a variety of uses.
  • Serax Maison Serax Glass Decanting Carafes
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    Serax Maison Serax Glass Decanting Carafes
    An assortment of three mouth-blown, carafes offer proper storage for a variety of wines. Serax Maison’s Tall Ice Bottle, Pebble Decanter and Lying Decanter each feature sinuous curves and bulbous forms providing a relaxed and organic element for the tabletop. The Ice Bottle Carafe, designed to keep white wine chilled, features a sculptural recess that holds ice near the wine. The Pebble and Lying Decanters are designed to open red wines to their full flavor. The lengthy silhouette and durable glass work to elevate the wine drinking experience. All three decanters are dishwasher safe.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Stripes Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Stripes Vase
    Bands of metal wrap around the neck of Vanessa Mitrani’s Stripe Vase squeezing and informing the shape of the glass. The sinuous and organic form of the glass is juxtaposed by the array of metal bands resulting in an interesting and unique piece of glass sculpture. An expert in her medium, the designer experiments with combining glass and unlikely materials together into harmonious and thought provoking pieces. Each vase is created by the designer herself and blurs the boundaries between collectable art and functional design.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Double Ring Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Double Ring Vase
    Vanessa Mitrani combines mouth-blown glass and metal to create an organic, sinuous form. The Double Ring Vase features glass that is blown within metal rings; the constraint of the metal rings influences the final form of the vase. Mitrani’s work often deals with the union of uncommon materials, giving intrigue and uniqueness to each piece she makes. Since the vase is mouth-blown, no two are the same, resulting in a range of unique pieces available in a variety of vivid colors.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Fakir Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Fakir Vase
    Vanessa Mitrani creates ethereal glass work that blurs the boundaries of sculptural art and functional design. With the Fakir Vase, the designer has created a sinuous and organic glass form featuring indentations that create inward spikes to hold flowers. The intriguing vase also may be used upside-down, filling the large form with water. The striking vase looks just as visually strong when not used for flowers also. The vase is made by the designer’s hand meaning no two objects are the same.
  • Klaar Prims Amorf Colored Glass Vase
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    Klaar Prims Amorf Colored Glass Vase
    Freely formed organic vessels, Klaar Prims Amorf Vases are mouth-blown by the Belgian designer in a range of vibrant colors. The sinuous shapes are contrasted with a sharp, polished edge which creates an interesting visual tension. The thick, transparent glass glows as it is lit, radiating a sensual coloration around the vessel as light passes through. Since each glass object is made by hand, no two vessels are the same making each one its own work of art. Originally trained as an interior designer, Prims found herself repeatedly integrating elements of glass into her work and a decade ago began to immerse herself in the craft of designing and making glass objects.
  • Francois Azambourg Monoblade Mobile
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    Francois Azambourg Monoblade Mobile
    A study in contrasts and poetics, Francois Azambourg's Monoblade Mobile is set into motion at the slightest touch of air. Made entirely by hand in Atelier Azamboug in Paris, the mobile is part of a limited edition series of exercises in wind. The mobile - lightweight yet stable, fragile but robust - is a limited edition piece for the home which is signed and numbered by the designer. This ethereal piece uses material in a poetic nature employing silk and piano wire to create the balanced yet organic form. For stability, the piece is mounted on a wood base.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Tree Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Tree Vase
    Through a dedicated exploration of nature realized in subtle form, Vanessa Mitrani's Tree Vase offers balance and transparency while hosting a tree like a pearl in it’s shell. An organically blown-glass form is indented with a bulbous chamber that allows for a small tree (not included) to be planted within. The end result is an enchanting mix of nature and design that is based on clean lines and organic forms. Standing over 12 inches tall, the vase adds interest and life to interiors. The mouth-blown production of the vase creates a unique and one of a kind object.
  • Shin Azumi Snowman Milk Pitcher
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    Shin Azumi Snowman Milk Pitcher
    Sin Azumi's Snowman Milk Pitcher finds inspiration for its relaxed lines and harmonious proportions in the organic form of a drop of water. Perfect for use during breakfast with coffee or during formal meals, the white porcelain form works well with a wide variety of dinnerware to add a complimenting element that provides both function and visual interest to the table. Just like its relative, the Snowman Oil & Vinegar pitcher, the Snowman Milk Pitcher is microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • Shin Azumi Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher
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    Shin Azumi Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher
    Sin Azumi's Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher finds inspiration for its relaxed lines and harmonious proportions in the organic form of a drop of water. The white porcelain form works well with a wide variety of dinnerware to add a complimenting element that provides both function and visual interest to the table. The Snowman pitcher is microwave and dishwasher safe and comes in two sizes.
  • Louise Christ Jewelry Tree
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    Louise Christ Jewelry Tree
    As much a desirable item of sculpture as it is a practical accessory, Louise Christ's Jewelry Tree is a sophisticated way to enjoy jewelry even when not wearing it. With a voluptuous base, the tree narrows as it begins to meander upwards, first to one side and then to the other, before splitting out into three separate branches. Rings, bracelets, necklaces and watches can be draped over each of the branches, and the clever hanging loop holds up to three pairs of studs, meaning all accessories are kept within easy reach. Cast in solid aluminum, the Jewelry Tree is mirror-finished which accentuates the flowing organic form as the reflected surroundings follow every curve and contour in captivating fashion.
  • Nathan Young Bolle Side Table
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    Nathan Young Bolle Side Table
    Designer Nathan Young's Bolle side table adds function where ever a surface is needed. Perfect in a grouping, the table is a simple expression of form following function without any superfluous additions. The light and dynamic design of this side table arises from the simple 14 inch top which which rests on three slender, angled legs. Nathan Young's Bolle table allows for free and organic arrangement of multiple circular elements in a room.
  • Sergio Calatroni Papiro Floor Lamp
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    Sergio Calatroni Papiro Floor Lamp
    Endlessly adjustable, Sergio Calatroni's intricate Papiro floor lamp allows the user to creatively bend and twist the long arm of the light in sculptural poses. The long, slender shape of the floor lamp provides a slinky, casual element that enhances the interior with its unique, organic form. Available in either nickel chrome or glossy white, the lamp allows the user to spotlight highlights such as art in the room. Once adjusted, the ingenious arm stays in place. Nearly 25 years after its initial introduction, the Papiro floor lamp still feels refreshingly contemporary and modern thanks to Calatroni's well-conceived design that is both subtle and iconic.
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