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Favrile Cinnabar Wave 15.5" Hand-Blown Art Glass Artistic Bowl - 435-453


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435-453 - Favrile Cinnabar Wave 15.5'' Hand-Blown Art Glass Artistic Bowl
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Favrile Cinnabar Wave 15.5" Hand-Blown Art Glass Artistic Bowl

Accentuate any decor with this rainbow-hued bowl! This vase makes a lovely gift for yourself or for a loved one! The rim of this gorgeous bowl unfurls like petals of a flower ready to bloom!

Additional Information:
Measures 12"H x 15.5"W x 15.5"L. Weighs 10.6 lbs. Made of glass. For indoor use only. Made in China.

Favrile: A Breakthrough by Hand
"Favrile" is derived from the Latin word "fabrilis", meaning "made by hand". Favrile glass is produced by exposing molten glass to a series of fumes and metallic oxides that infuse it with glowing colors and an exciting iridescence. It was a major breakthrough for Louis Comfort Tiffany, surpassing even the best of the 13th Century glasswork. He used Favrile glass with its magnificent iridescent colors in all of his windows, lamps, vases, and mosaics.

Dale Tiffany's Favrile Collection of uniquely hand crafted art glass continues this historic tradition. By adhering to the same standard of excellence demanded by Tiffany of his own studio, our Hand Blown art glass is created to blend perfectly with today's home fashion trends and lifestyles.

Care Instructions:
For proper cleaning of this product, use a soft dry cloth only. Do not use oils, polishes, abrasives, or soap.

Please Note: Favrile decorative art glass is created by artisans using a time-honored technique. These beautiful handmade creations feature iridescent colors embedded into the glass, resulting in distinctive characteristics that are unique to each piece. No two are exactly alike!

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