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Cherry Jubilation Limited Edition Hand Blown Glass Bowl

SKU
3-08386

An ode in crimson by glass artist Robert Adamson to the enchanting northwest cherry. A magical tale that takes place above the rich volcanic soils of Central Washington in orchards lavished in sweet, enticing cherries. It is said that in the moonlight, the Northwest’s scarlet bounty lures the Cascadian fairies to the orchards to pick the divine smelling cherries for their nectar of pure delight.

In Cherry Jubilation, you can almost see the sprinting fairies sparkling around the fruit in the shimmering rings that flow effortlessly around this ruby toned hand blown bowl. A stunning limited edition focal point and functional bowl inspired by the cherries of Central Washington. Approx. 8 1/8” (diameter) x 3 3/7” (h) with a sturdy base.

Limited Edition, signed and numbered by the artist.
Only 200 made.

$100.00

An ode in crimson by glass artist Robert Adamson to the enchanting northwest cherry. A magical tale that takes place above the rich volcanic soils of Central Washington in orchards lavished in sweet, enticing cherries. It is said that in the moonlight, the Northwest’s scarlet bounty lures the Cascadian fairies to the orchards to pick the divine smelling cherries for their nectar of pure delight.

In Cherry Jubilation, you can almost see the sprinting fairies sparkling around the fruit in the shimmering rings that flow effortlessly around this ruby toned hand blown bowl. A stunning limited edition focal point and functional bowl inspired by the cherries of Central Washington. Approx. 8 1/8” (diameter) x 3 3/7” (h) with a sturdy base.

Limited Edition, signed and numbered by the artist.
Only 200 made.

About The Maker

About Island Art Glass

(Langley, Washington)

For forty years, Robert Adamson and Janis Swalwell have been designing and making hand-blown, sculpted and cast glass art. Moving from Seattle to their 16-acre farm on Whidbey Island in 1989, they repurposed old barns into new glass studios and re-emerged as Island Art Glass in 1995.

Island Art Glass decorative pieces are suitable for both interior and exterior settings, ranging from portable sculptures for tabletops to wall-mounted displays.

“High standards for excellence characterize our work. We create hand-blown glass giftware, custom art glass lighting, and nature-inspired art for garden installation.”

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