The Treehouse + The Cave

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Friday, February 25, 2005

Sleeping Birds

Sleeping Bird

Like Grace of Design Sponge, I too have been dying to know who made these beautiful Sleeping Birds/Sleeping Bird Lamps. I first saw a white one in the window at Future Perfect after an evening hiding from the cold within Miyako, lusting for it thereafter.

Made by Esque, a duo of world-class glass blowers, each hand-blown piece is a uniquely imperfect, functional artwork. In addition to the birds to which I am so partial, they also produce the elegant Antler Candelabra, and an assortment of simple bowls and vases.

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