Piccola in Italian means little one and is a way of addressing someone you love… and we love the Piccola bud vase!
It’s a small, round bellied bud vase with a flat base and slightly flared neck and rim.
Since these are handmade, there may be a slight variation in size.
We think it makes the products all the more lovely!
이탈리아 어로 Piccola 는 작은 꽃병을 의미합니다.
작은 크기의 꽃 한송이씩 꽂아두기에 좋은 크기입니다.
장식용 오브제로도 좋으며, 인센스홀더로도 사용하기도 합니다.
크기 - 9cm / 색상 - Green / 원산지 - France
(수작업으로 만들어 지는 특성상 크기와 모양, 색상모두 각기 다릅니다.)
We hand blow original designs from recycled glass using traditional artisan techniques.
Our attention to detail lends sophistication to a centuries old craft.
• Entirely handmade using only recycled glass
• Approximately 10cm high
• Slight variations in color and size (of approximately 1cm-2cm) should be expected
• Each order is hand washed and wrapped with care
Although most of our products are dishwasher safe, we do recommend that you wash them by hand to avoid scratches and to preserve their lustre.
All plaster and terracotta pieces are not suitable for use with water.
la soufflerie (라 수플러리)
프랑스 파리를 기반으로 하는 유리 수공예 브랜드 입니다.
파리시에서 지정하는 문화재 복원 장인이 직접 제작하고 있으며,
재활용 유리만을 사용하여 환경보호에 동참하고 있기도 합니다.
유니크하고 세련된 작업물들은 유럽내, 그리고 비유럽 까지도 확장되며 사랑받고 있습니다.
ablut La Soufflerie
La Soufflerie is a family owned and operated company that aims to support glassblowers.
We preserve the ancestral art of glassblowing, based from our small studio workshop in Paris.
We use traditional tools and processes to create original, timeless products from recycled glass.
These unique tableware designs are then handblown by our expert glassblowing craftsmen.
We send our handmade collections of ethical, artisanal glassware to select boutiques around the world.
Established in 2007 as a cooperative of glassblowers,
La Soufflerie offers an inspired range of tableware that is attractive,
functional, and durable. Our attention to detail lends sophistication to a centuries old craft:
this is glassware tradition that we can enjoy everyday.
La Soufflerie cares deeply about traditions and wishes to preserve the art of glassblowing.
We believe in sharing our knowledge as well as our work through photographs, stories, articles and social media.