Artel Glassware

By: Sanjeevkumar

Artel woodland scenes have delighted audiences forcenturies, from the 16th-century prints of joris hoefnagel to the imaginitavefancy of children's illustrators like beatrix potter. It is this diversetradition that inspired "woodland", a limited edition hand engravedcrystal bowl now available from artel. Karen feldman, artel's founder andcreator, drew on both serious imagery and kitsch to create woodland, a livelyportrayal of woodland creatures, featuring a deer leaping amidst rabbits,birds, and wildflowers. The result is a crystal masterpiece that combinestradition with a whimsical freshness. Each of these large, round bowls suitableas a display piece or for holding fruit or salads requires 48 hours ofengraving.

is a glassmaking company based in praguethat fuses czech glassmaking traditions with contemporary shapes. Owner karenfeldman designs motifs that are then hand-etched into the glassware on amade-to-order basis, producing pieces that are truly timeless and reflect aczech tradition alive since the 16th century.

The golden age of yachting glassware was introduced by artelin 2006. A gentle sea breeze caresses your face as you stare at the ocean andimagine that this blue field goes on forever. The golden age of yachtingglassware set is an attempt by artel glassware to capture the beauty andcourage of seafaring vessels. The decanter in the set has the image of alighthouse which seems appropriate because without something to pour into themyour other glassware items are empty vessels lost at sea. All the items exceptthe decanter may have one of six ship patterns embossed upon their surfaces.Give in to your wanderlust and take a trip to the ocean, get your own goldenage of yachting glassware today. Please purchase on online

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