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Paper cutters made of metal (stainless steel). Handle adorned with a long glass bead glittering in deep black glass and blue lapis dots.
  • Material : Glass Effect (Origin Murano / Italy)
  • Color : Intense black, lapis blue
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Paper knife in glass

Cendrine M. Fileuse de Verre

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Paper cutters made of metal (stainless steel). Handle adorned with a long glass bead glittering in deep black glass and blue lapis dots.

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Type precision : Paper cutter, Letter opener
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : L.18,5cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Unique piece, collector's item for people who love beautiful objects!

Bead passed through the annealing furnace at 490 ° C to remove all tensions in the glass after having worked in the flame and thus ensure optimal strength.

The +: delivered in a gift box with ribbon, ready to offer!

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Cendrine M. Fileuse de Verre

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Nestled in her workshop in the heart of the Beaujolais des Pierres Dorées vineyards, Cendrine M. spins the glass with the flame of her torch. With a color chart of hundreds of transparent, pastel, opaline, filigree glass rods, ... she shapes glass pearls which she then assembles into fine, colorful and luminous jewelry. But what appeals to her above all is to find surprising destinations for her pearls so that their unique, precious and contemporary character will sublimate any small everyday object: she will slip on paper cutters, balls , knitting needles, bottle openers, Parisian spoons, styluses etc. In parallel, in a more playful approach, this designer also produces delicious and poetic miniature scenes entirely made of pieces of glass spun with a blowtorch.