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blowing glass through a brass tube

The presence of glass in lighting means revealing, or not, the electrical system. Blowing the glass inside a fluted brass tube and forcing its shape to expand allows the socket to be hidden. The long-necked silhouette of this pendant is reminiscent of the traditions of the Padaung people and the so-called "giraffe women" in Myanmar.

Material: glass and brass
Thanks to flameglassblower Alain Villechange, and 
Laurence Brabant Editions
Photos by ©Véronique Huyghe / ©Beau Travail
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