These glass dew drops are striking, bold pieces, in spite of the fact they are blown from glass, often thought of as fragile and delicate.
We love how Elin uses the traditional technique of glass blowing to achieve simple, elegant, tactile, natural forms and subtle colour blends. She describes her colouration as similar to watercolour paintings and it is easy to see the parallel in the way the pigments merge seamlessly into one another with watery effect.
We selected the fuchsia to grey, orange to aquamarine and black opaque colour combinations which all have a very contemporary feel and are all flexible enough to suit many interior styles and colour schemes.
For decorative impact, display a single on a shelf, mantelpiece or table, ideally somewhere where this stunning sculpture will catch both natural and artificial light.
Alternatively, and for maximum effect, display a group of two or more dew drops in matching or mixed sizes.
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