Pea Pod Sculptural Bowl

A hand-blown sculpture with organic appeal.
created by

William Couig

$250.00

William Couig created by

William Couig

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Welcome this sweet pea into your pad. A modern sculpture with organic appeal, each oversized pea pod is hand-blown by William Couig. The artist uses a torch to shape the molten glass and create recessed areas that can hold decorative objects, grab-and-go fruit, or party snacks. Hand-blown in New York.

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Made in New York

William Couig

created by

William Couig

location

New York

William Couig was introduced to glass after seeing demonstrations of the craft as he backpacked around the world after college. Upon returning to New York City, he joined a glass art studio and has spent the past 15 years creating sculptures using traditional techniques and glass' natural attributes to bring ideas to life. He’s become a constant presence in the New York design landscape, completing a variety of commercial projects and developing lines for high-end companies.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
Blown Glass
Measurements
12" L x 4.5" W x 2.5" H
Ingredients
Care
Wash with soft cloth and glass cleaner.
Item ID
42943

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