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BUBBLE TUBE, LARGE, AMBER, 90270A

The Bubble Tube collection is a series of handcrafted glass vases designed for the large bouquet. The glass vase is here available in an amber bubble that rests elegantly in a cylindrical base of the rose glass. This constellation creates a sense of lightness and adds a feminine expression to the vase.

 DECORATE WITH COLOURED GLASS

The vase looks great with a light bouquet – go for dried stems or a loosely tied bouquet of garden flowers. The transparency and shape of the vase emphasize the beauty of the bouquet and the narrowing of the neck makes the bouquet fall nicely and naturally. It is a modern vase that fits naturally into the decor - but still creates a wow effect.

 The elegant vase adds an extra dimension to a beautifully set table, as well as being decorative in the decor where the solid-coloured glass casts evocative shadows in the sun.

 ALTERNATIVE INSPIRATION

When you do not have a fresh bouquet to embellish your vase, you can use it in alternative ways. Either with a large cutting, could be from the plant Monstera - where you can watch and follow the growth of the roots, or how about putting together a beautiful bouquet of the most beautiful paper flowers and mix them with slightly dried everlasting flowers?

 

MATERIAL

The glass vase is produced from solid-coloured borosilicate glass, which is a special type of glass that endures high and low temperatures. The vase will maintain its beautiful amber colour as time passes and with regular cleaning, the glass will remain clear. The vase is easily cleaned with warm water and soap.

 

The bubble tube vase is also available in yellow/turquoise rose/rose and green/transparent

 

SPECIFICATIONS

OPENING: Diam. 90 mm

Bubble: Diam. 150 mm

TOTAL HEIGHT: 270 mm

WEIGHT incl. packaging: 0.845 kg.

COLOR: Amber with soft rose base.

 

The vase comes in a neat, round, and larger cardboard tube and can be easily stored and shipped.

STUDIO ABOUT is a Danish design studio. All objects are designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen.