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€280
Vase obtained from a glass plate fused with several layers of glass, and stretched over a hole in a second baking process.
  • Material : Fused and stretched glass
  • Color : White and pink
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Vase obtained from a glass plate fused with several layers of glass, and stretched over a hole in a second cooking process (sagging). The shape is then separated from the edge. The edge is polished. Decorative vase, which can contain water

  • Type precision : decorative vase
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : Oval 17x14 cm H11cm
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Type precision : Vase

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Decorative vase, which can contain water

The technique of sagging (or stretching) is a variant of fusing, it requires starting from a rather thick layer of glass (here a plate made by superimposing several plates of 3mm vere with an enamel decor to the inside).

Care with water and soap or window cleaner, with a soft, lint-free cloth.

Craftsman
Isabelle Baeckeroot, Atelier du Verre

Après avoir utilisé en peinture toutes sortes de matériaux, la rencontre avec la transparence du verre a orienté le travail d’Isabelle Baeckeroot. Elle utilise en coloriste les émaux, les strates de verre. Ses tableaux, sculptures et objets en verre fusionné et émail ouvrent des espaces qui nous questionnent. C’est dans le détail, dans le pli de la matière, telle transparence ou telle opacité que la pièce nous interroge, nous impressionne, nous enchante. Elle se sert du verre float (ou verre à vitres) avec son aspect simple, sa couleur spécifique, sa dureté qui laisse visible les traces des morceaux inclus entre les couches. Aussi parce qu’elle aime (comme en peinture) transformer un matériau ordinaire en matière à rêves.