Sheets of colored glass are stacked, heated until molten, and hand-pulled to form glass rods. The rods are snipped into cross-sections called murrini, and the murrini are placed one-by-one to form a pattern that represents the chronology of the pattern of stacked glass as it emerges in the rods. The subtle bloom of the rod tips as they settle and expand evokes a bed of sea anemones.
Wallace - Green Diamond Stripes Bowl
14.5in x 6in x 2in
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