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Giboulée (Rain) – Bowl

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3000 €

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Giboulée (Rain) – Bowl

Atelier du Verre
By Stéphane Parmentier
For Créations Dragonfly

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1

3000 €

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This Creation is custom-made to order. It takes the skilled artisan several weeks to handcraft this piece. We will send you regular updates on the stages of its creation.

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The Craftsman

Atelier du Verre

Martine Durand Gasselin decorates glass. She blows simple shapes and adorns them with oxides and metallic salts in order to reveal emerald greens, ink blacks, sea blues. She adds threads and shadows to the molten material, blowing transparent reliefs.

“Blowing glass is one of the languages of the hand. So simple in fact that blowing a glass requires one year of training… while duplicating it requires ten years”.

Martine Durand-Gasselin - Atelier du Verre

She learned her art in Sweden, at the Orrefors school of glass, following a hike that took her from Rennes to Stockholm.
It is probably this journey in the wind, the rain and under a sky scattered with cloudy sunny spells which inspired us as we imagined the models she would produce for Dragonfly. We gave each of them the name of a meteorological phenomenon: Giboulée (Rain), Tornade (Tornado) or Givre (Frost)…

The Object

With their handles hollowed by the print of a finger, they come in three sizes, from the individual bowl to the serving bowl. Their reliefs and metallic flecks bring to mind March showers. Fresh and icy like the winter that falls asleep, sprightly and happy like the spring sun.

Care Instructions

Your blown glass objects can be cleaned with a soft, slightly damp cloth.