Jura Bowl Clear – Large
Jura Bowl – Clear – Large
Jura Bowl – Clear – Large spherical bowl is inspired by the whirlpool which occurs on spring tides off the west coast of Scotland near the island of Jura.The gentle white frosted glass top reflects the huge winter sky, the deep and dramatic base colours reflect the ever changing colours and moods of the sea It is handmade by artisans in a small coastal studio.The Jura bowl is available in five colours that represent mercurial qualities of the ocean: Crystal, Ice Blue, Ice Pink,Graphite and Indigo. Delicate pearls of glass swirl in a myriad of colours glistening on the surface of the bowl resulting in a flowing whirlpool appearance..
Hand blown in the UK. All Objet Luxe glass items are handmade and therefore sizes and colours can vary slightly.
L: Width: 18cm – Depth: 18cm – Height: 9cm
Many of our handblown glass pieces are held in stock and ready for immediate delivery, the actual quantity in stock is shown on the product page.If you select an item that is showing as not in stock or available on back order it will be handmade for you and delivered as soon as possible. Currently such items will be delivered within 5 – 6 weeks of the date of purchase.
Handblown Glass making
Glassblowing is a passion, it is all about timing. How long you heat, the time you have to shape the object before it hardens and knowing when to stop!
Our experienced studio glassblowers are known as Gaffers. They’re calm and focused and keep working. Even withstanding extremely high temperatures, they don’t lose concentration for a second and have a steady hand too.
Width: 18cm – Depth: 18cm – Height: 9cm
Width: 18 cm
Height: 9 cm
Weight: 2.5 kg
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