Under The Sea Vase

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A collaboration between Asprey and one of the world's most talented contemporary glass artists.
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The Design
A collaboration between Asprey and one of the world's most talented contemporary glass artists. Hand carved in minute detail and individually signed by the artist.

This lead-free glass vase features the distinctive plant life and sea creatures of the English coastal waters. The intricate decoration is achieved by using diamond point drills and contemporary carving techniques, creating a tactile cameo in fine detail and relief. Each vase is mouth blown then layered with several enamel colours on the inside, which is then carved through to give the cameo relief effect. Each vase is signed by the artist and engraved with the number within the year of production.

Product Care
Handmade crystal, please handle with care. Avoid surface scratching or chipping and any contact with hard or sharp objects. Hand wash only with mild detergent using warm (not hot) water. Immediately dry with a soft cloth to avoid spots. Do not use abrasives or acidic agents. Not dishwasher safe.
  • Mouth-blown, lead-free studio glass
  • Hand-carved from the inside
  • Each piece is unique and takes 20-25 hours to produce
  • Material : Lead Free Studio Glass
  • Height : 22cm / 6"
  • Diameter : 14cm / 5.5"
  • Details : Heights and colour may vary due to their handmade nature.
  • SKU : 1064607
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