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$349.00

SKU: V2912

$349.00

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A natural statement maker, each of these sculptural vases is one-of-a-kind. Glass blowing artisans in Indonesia create each one starting with a genuine driftwood branch and then blowing each recycled glass bowl to custom fit to the base. The appearance and size will vary between each due to their all-natural and handcrafted style.

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  • Each of these organically shaped and sculptural pieces is a one-of-a-kind accent
  • Artisan-made in Indonesia
  • Responsibly crafted using found driftwood and recycled glass

Approx. 20"W x 14"Deep x 35"H


The highly sought after teak tree is native to Myanmar, India, Thailand and Indonesia. It is know for its richly dark gold wood and incredible durability when exposed to the elements. The wood is, by nature, resistant to moisture, rot, decay, warping, and cracking. The trees population has become strained due to its highly sought after properties. Our teak wood products are sourced sustainably from either highly regulated plantations, where restrictions are enforced to control the rate of harvest, or sourced by reclaiming and recycling existing teak.


Sun Aug 25 22:02:33 EDT 2019