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Requiem Glass Vase, Teal

$99.00
Est. Arrival: Dec 09 - Dec 12
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COLOR teal
DIMENSIONS 14"H x 6"D
MADE OF glass
SKU 76998548
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Dec 09 - Dec 12
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
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Blending illumination and artistry, Bradburn Gallery Home is a purveyor of exquisite designer lighting and home furnishings from around the world. After conceptualizing designs, Bradburn designers travel the globe curating various elements from the most skilled artisans in their respective media. Items are then carefully handcrafted at the Bradburn factory in Atlanta, Georgia.
Why we love this

This mouth-blown teal glass vase with a clear rope element at the neck resembles a vessel made of sea glass.

About the Brand
Blending illumination and artistry, Bradburn Gallery Home is a purveyor of exquisite designer lighting and home furnishings from around the world. After conceptualizing designs, Bradburn designers travel the globe curating various elements from the most skilled artisans in their respective media. Items are then carefully handcrafted at the Bradburn factory in Atlanta, Georgia.
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