YUGEN BOWLS (SET OF 4)
A wide-mouthed small bowl that looks good and is as functional
Craft Type: Glasswork
Originating in first-millennium BC, the archaeological evidence of this craft was first found in the form of glass beads at Maski, a Chalcolithic site in the southern Deccan. After that, more than thirty archaeological sites in different regions of India have produced glass objects in different colours and forms such as bangles, ear-reels, eye-beads, tiles or fragmented vessels. Presently, in the bustling town of Firozabad in India, our craftsmen follow centuries-old glass blowing traditions to create this glassware. Where each piece is inflated with a blowpipe to form a glass bubble and then carefully moulded into contemporary glassware --- the perfect amalgam of heritage and modern art.
Made in: Uttar Pradesh
Dimensions (cm): Length: 6.3, Breadth: 6.3, Height: 2.5
No. of pieces in a set: 4, Set of 4 Bowls
Glass-blowing is a technique that involves inflating molten glass with a blowpipe to form a glass bubble that can then be moulded into glassware.
This glassware is produced by the skilled craft community dedicated to the craft of handblown glasses in Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh.
- Wash by hand only, using a mild dishwashing soap and dry with a lint-free towel or cloth. To avoid streaking, stop wiping as soon as the surface is dry.
- avoid using stainless steel or metal scrubbers To clean.
- Fingerprints and dust can be removed with any available glass-cleaning solution.