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Recycled Wine Glass in Leaf Green
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We use recycled metals processed by refiners that are dedicated to taking responsibility for adopting the best sustainable practices as soon as they become available. It is made by expert metalsmiths that simply melt down existing silver or gold to give a result that looks and feels exactly the same as new metal just without the same environmental impact. Our recycled glasses are made of scrap windows and bottle glasses.
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Thaw - Recycled Wine Glass in Leaf Green
Look, this glass is not entirely straight so when pouring a drink into it you need to stop talking about house prices and school catchments areas and focus on not spilling anything.

This piece's sculptural form reflects a conceptual, theme-based approach, which stands in stark contrast to the classical rules of decoration that pervade traditional glassware. Made from 100% broken window and bottle glass melted down and repurposed using old engine oil as fuel.

Thaw - Recycled Wine Glass in Leaf Green
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Materials & Details

-  Thoughtfully handcrafted

-  Recycled glass

-  Height:  18cm | 7.09"

-  Width:  8.5cm | 3.35"

-  Depth:  8cm | 3.15"


Please note: Photos are only indicative. Each item is 100% handmade - items may differ slightly in shape and size, all irregularities are intentional.


Source Material:  Goya / da Vinci / Georges Perec, La Vie mode d'emploi (Paris: Hachette, 1978) / Georges Perec, Species of Spaces and Other Pieces (London, Penguin Classic, 1998)

Background noise:  While this collection was in development we may or may not have been influenced by the following experiences: [01] Watching all of the films of Kore-eda Hirokazu available on DVD in the UK. [02] Listening to Philip Glass - mainly Einstein on the Beach and Metamorphosis [03] Two visits to Gormley at the Royal Academy (one with children)


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