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PEBBLE BUD VASE

  • -$-75
  • Regular price $75
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    MADE TO ORDER: TWO TO THREE WEEK LEAD TIME

    DESCRIPTION
    The uniquely shaped Pebble Bud Vase results from free form sculpting of coloured glass that leaves each piece as unique as the next. Available in natural and matte finishes.

    DIMENSIONS
    Approx. 8-10cm in diameter with an opening of roughly 15mm.

    DETAILS
    Matte Finish is created by sandblasting the glass surface and adding a eco friendly oil coating for a smooth look and feel. Olive oil can be used to refresh the finish at anytime by lightly applying the oil to the surface with a cloth.

    ABOUT THE DESIGNER

    GOODBEAST

    FOUNDER: Jesse Bromm and Tyler Archibald
    LOCATION: Vancouver, Canada

    Goodbeast is a design and process firm based in Vancouver, Canada, directed by Jesse Bromm and Tyler Archibald. With a focus on cultivating relationships with the objects in our lives, they emphasize function above all else. Each piece is crafted by hand in Vancouver with the intention of creating a legacy piece that creates a sense of familiarity and nostalgia. Goodbeast strives to use as much recyclable or reusable materials in the manufacturing and packaging cycle.