Gaia & Gino

Eye Vase

The Gaia & Gino Eye Vase is a beautiful and iconic design piece by Sebastian Bergne. Handmade and handprinted, this object can be used as a vase, a bowl, or as a candleholder for a large candle. Inspired by traditional Iznik Nazar charms, the "Evil Eye" is carried to protect its owner.

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£1,000.00

Description

The Gaia & Gino Eye Vase is a beautiful and iconic design piece by Sebastian Bergne. Handmade and handprinted, this object can be used as a vase, a bowl, or as a candleholder for a large candle. Inspired by traditional Iznik Nazar charms, the "Evil Eye" is carried to protect its owner.

Details

Details

The Eye Vase is made from Iznik quarts ceramic with Swarovski crystal. The Iznik ceramic technique is mastered by artisans in Western Anatolia. This technique is extremely durable and rumoured to last over a thousand years!

Brand

The luxury Turkish design brand was founded in 2004 and has made waves in the global design world for a roster of top international designers. Its roll call includes Andrée Putman, Jaime Hayon, Nendo, Arik Levy, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance and Karim Rashid and the firm counts MoMA and the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris among its clients. In addition GAIA&GINO has been awarded numerous prestigious design prizes, ranging from global influential titles such as The Times and Wallpaper.

  • Colour :  Blue

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