Hand-Blown Glass Bowls Are Made From Recycled Cola Bottles

The hand-blown glass vessels are available in three sizes and complement ceiling pendants in the same sizes and color options.

The hand-blown glass vessels are available in three sizes and complement ceiling pendants in the same sizes and color options.

JESCO Lighting Group’s design and engineering team has introduced GV 501, 502 and 503, hand-blown glass vessels or bowls that are available in three sizes. They complement JESCO’s QAP 501, 502 and 503 hand-blown glass, ceiling pendants in the same sizes and color options.

GV 501, 502 and 503 Hand-Crafted Glass Vessels work across a range of decorative accessory applications. These include display cabinets, use on counters and tables in reception rooms, conference and meeting spaces, corporate dining rooms and executive suites; hospitality venues; and residential interiors.

No two are alike, and each comprises a mirror-like finish. Different colors and sizes can be mixed, matched or arranged in a group as a decorative accessory.

The Vessels are hand-crafted in Mexico from recycled cola bottles that have been crushed, heated to molten glass then shaped, formed and refined by artisans into spheres, which are then slumped to form a bowl and cooled in an annealing oven. In the final step, the artisan glassmaker finishes each model in a mirror finish.

GV 501, 502 and 503 Hand-Crafted Glass Vessels are available in Chocolate, Chrome or Eggplant colors. GV 501 measures 10-inches wide by 9-inches high; GV 502 is 8-inches by 5-inches high; GV 503 is 6-inches by 4-inches high.

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