Up for your consideration a lovely decorative glass vase made by Kosta Boda of Sweden. This stunning Scandinavian vase is part of the ‘Rainbow’ range designed by Bertil Vallien and would make a wonderful addition to your collection. It is in excellent pre-owned condition.
Brand: Kosta Boda
Signed: Yes, signed on base “Boda, B Vallien, 48223”
Approximate Measurements: Height 7.4cm x Width 7.8cm (2.91″ x 3.07″)
Condition: Excellent pre-owned condition. Please take a careful look at the pictures for detailed condition and feel free to ask any questions that you may have. Please note that some light surface wear might not be visible in the pictures due to lighting.
**Please contact us before purchasing to ensure that the item is in stock.
Kosta Boda is one of the world’s leading brands of glassware and art glass.
Technology and an understanding of glass have been refined there in the heart of the forests in the Swedish province of Småland ever since 1742. Their glassware is vibrant, bold, innovative and provocative. It stands out and takes centre stage. Kosta Boda is true passion.
Kosta Boda designers are some of the most renowned – not just in Sweden, but worldwide. Their common denominator is a passion for exploring the possibilities of glass, always stretching the limits of what is feasible. The techniques used are both classical and brand new, often developed by the craftspeople in the glassworks as they work on transforming the designers’ ideas into products.
The close dialogue between the designers and skilled craftspeople takes place on a daily basis and will continue to form the foundation for creating unique glassware to delight people today and future generations.http://kostaboda.se/en/about-kosta-boda
Bertil Vallien’s sand-casted glass boat stirs up elements of the subconscious. If you pause to analyze them, they will become slippery and slip away. Like dreams. These silent, slender boats have glided over the world’s seas with their messages and raised eyebrows for nearly 30 years. Loaded with frozen symbols and secrets, they speak to us of the existential.http://www.kostaboda-artgallery.com/catalog/bertil-vallien