With their contemporary, although timeless, composition, the India Stacking Vessels are the most iconic pieces from 2012. Each part of the piece is made by a different maker in Europe. The piece is a sculpture and becomes functional only in its individual containers once the piece is taken apart.
The glass that combines the pieces is always mouth-blown. The Metals are spun from solid sheets, which are pushed over a positive form using a metal tool guided by the maker's hand. Copper becomes Blue-Green once patinated and is then combined with glass and wood on the Stacking Vessels.
Patina variation on metal (Brass/Copper) is available on request.
Dimensions are approximate, due to the handmade nature of the materials.