A four-handed Yule log
Together, they drew their inspiration from the shared characteristics between glass and the ice cap, highlighting elements such as transparency, clarity, frosted effects, and purity, skillfully playing with contrasts and colors. A two-point blown glass pinnacle represented a real manufacturing challenge. The vibrant pink shades instantly transport us into the dazzling world of lanterns illuminating the pinnacle. This creates a joyful and festive atmosphere, reminiscent of the magic of celebration and the circus, where enchantment and joy intertwine in a whirlwind of vibrant colors.
Each piece requires several stages of work: melting the glass at a temperature of 1100°C, gathering the liquid glass using a blowing iron, forming the preform, shaping and finishing, as well as cooling. Concentration is key at every step where skill and agility are essential to swiftly handle the molten glass before it solidifies.