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New arrivals from Sugahara. This Japanese studio has been blowing glass since the 1930's. We love the deep matte black surfaces of these lightweight pieces. In store now, coming soon to our web shop. ▪️⚫️◼️

New arrivals from Sugahara. This Japanese studio has been blowing glass since the 1930's. We love the deep matte black surfaces of these lightweight pieces. In store now, coming soon to our web shop. ▪️⚫️◼️

Artifacts Series, 2013 Porcelain -collaboration with Cho Yonghyun and Bak Gwon

Artifacts Series, 2013 Porcelain -collaboration with Cho Yonghyun and Bak Gwon

Bruno GAMBONE - sculpture

Bruno GAMBONE - sculpture

Åker I (Field I) vase by Mats A. Nilsen, 2004

Åker I (Field I) vase by Mats A. Nilsen, 2004

giorgio bonaguro / collezione tapio vasi di vetro da serax

giorgio bonaguro / collezione tapio vasi di vetro da serax

ethereallune: http://sumally.com

ethereallune: http://sumally.com

Large Vase "Blues" Timo Sarpaneva blue and white opal, turned-mold blown, base cut Iittala, Finland, 1985 32 x 24cm d 900

Large Vase "Blues" Timo Sarpaneva blue and white opal, turned-mold blown, base cut Iittala, Finland, 1985 32 x 24cm d 900

ROOUND design Victor Carrasco | Low tables available in two heights with glass top in a shape of a deformed circle, in 8 mm. thick tempered transparent extralight glass. The base is a hollow cylinder in transparent borosilicate glass. The join between the top and the base is enhanced by a coloured ring, available in the range of glossy lacquered glasses.

ROOUND design Victor Carrasco | Low tables available in two heights with glass top in a shape of a deformed circle, in 8 mm. thick tempered transparent extralight glass. The base is a hollow cylinder in transparent borosilicate glass. The join between the top and the base is enhanced by a coloured ring, available in the range of glossy lacquered glasses.

We love our little bud vases by Sugahara. Because the glass is blown by hand each one has its own unique shape

We love our little bud vases by Sugahara. Because the glass is blown by hand each one has its own unique shape