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Kosta Boda Kappa Vase
The Kappa Vase, designed by Mimmi Blomqvist, combines sustainable precision and contemporary design. The vase is produced with circular glass from Kosta Glassworks in Sweden. Variations in color, as well as small bubbles which emerge during the manufacturing process, make each vase one-of-a-kind. Different pigments in the used shards produce unique shades of blue and gray. Kappa is mouth-blown in a mold and is named after the “bubble" that rises out over the edge of the object during the production process.
Small 7.9”W x 6.3”H
Large 10.2”W x 8.3”H
Shipping & Returns
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More from Kosta Boda
In the early part of the 20th century, Kosta Boda quite literally reinvented the art and craft of Swedish glass. Moreover, Kosta Boda played a key role in the emergence of a distinctive Scandinavian idiom and quality standards whose goal is design excellence in everything from toys to tableware. The collaboration between the glassmaker and designer was the key to this aesthetic and commercial success, and that is still true today. In order to create works of originality and timelessness, artist and artisan at Kosta Boda collaborate closely while experimenting with recipes, forms, colors, and textures as well as ancient and new processes.