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Feuille Bowl, Red Gold & Pale Jade

Verre by Jess Panza

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Feuille Bowl, Red Gold & Pale Jade
Feuille Bowl, Red Gold & Pale Jade
Feuille Bowl, Red Gold & Pale Jade
Feuille Bowl, Red Gold & Pale Jade
Feuille Bowl, Red Gold & Pale Jade
Feuille Bowl, Red Gold & Pale Jade

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Product Information

Process:

finely crushed and tacked glass; hand-formed in a kiln

Made of:

glass

Dimensions:

2''H x 3''Dia

Color/finish:

red gold/pale jade

Care:

Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

Hand-formed pate de verre glass bowl in red gold with a pale jade accent. Granular texture and sparkle outside.

Why We Love This

Hand-formed pate de verre glass bowl in red gold with a pale jade accent. Granular texture and sparkle outside.

About Verre by Jess Panza

Jess Panza, founder of L.A.-based Verre, uses a traditional French technique called pâte de verre. For this collection, “crushed glass is hand-molded into round bowls, then cooked to perfection to give each one a granular sparkle,” she says. “We basically approach the glass as if we were in a kitchen, baking and creating things from scratch. No two bowls are alike, but they go together beautifully.” http://www.jesspanza.com/