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Blown glass vase

Blown glass vase

Regular price $149.00 USD
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Blown glass vase, inspired by French 18th century

  • Handmade by a Master glassmaker
  • Inspired by 18th royal decor
  • Double use as a vase and a carafe

Verreries des Lumières reproduced a glass vase from the French 18th century. The curved design and the vertical ribs are typical of the 18th century royal decors and accents. 

Producing this historical glass vase today is an exceptional achievement as it is fully handmade, using lead-free glass. The original design from the French 18th century has been optimized down to the smallest detail, so it can be both a vase for fresh flowers and a carafe for wine.

Product details (size, weight...)


Height: 9.6 inches - 24.5 cm ; Body width: 5.1 inches - 13 cm ; Opening width: 1.2 inches - 3.3 cm.
This product is handmade, it may slightly vary in size.


Glass (no lead).


0.6 lb - 0.3 kg.

Care instructions:

Clean with a soft cloth. Cannot be washed by the dishwasher.

Made in

Made in Paris.

Brand story

Verreries des Lumières, meaning The Lights glass factories in English, was created by Marie and Pascal in 2009. Their common passion for the glassware and its ancestral handmade creation was the start of La Verrerie des Lumières journey. Their inspiration originates from the royal art de vivre from the Renaissance period to the Age of Enlightment (15th to 18th century). In a nutshell, their creations give a touch of royalty and History to our homes.

Their creative process begins with historical research visiting French museums, and especially the MAD Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, close to the Louvre. Then, respectful of the historical techniques, they produce the blown glass and give rise to these beautiful creations. Wow fact: you can find their creations in historical movies! They are an official provider of glassware for French and international cinema. Their creations were seen for example on the TV show Versailles.

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