Glass sculptures

Here you can see our works with glass and metal. Most of the pieces in this section are based on metamorphosed glass bottles, that is, bottles of different kinds and colours, turned into aeroplanes, helicopters, insects or anything else our imagination sees.  We use stained glass, wire and metal to shape to our bottles into their new form.

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Steampunk aeroplane II

The second plane from our Steampunk series with warm white led lights. Made with brown bottle, metallic elements, clear glass and chain. Dimensions 32x40x12cm.

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Tin aeroplane

Plane made with green glass bottle and tin wings with metallic details. Dimensions 24x24x12cm 

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Copper plane with base

Plane made of green stained glass on a brown glass bottle. Its metallic elements are in the hues of copper to match the colour of its base. Dimension with base 30x30x30cm.

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Steampunk aeroplane with light

This is a plane from our Steampunk series. It's made of a brown bottle, metalic elements and wire. The bottle has a hundred warm white copper lights  which are optional. Dimensions 36x27x11cm. 

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Plane with lights

Brown glass aeroplane with white stained glass wings. It is set on a tall cog base and is filled with a hundred warm copper lights. Dimensions 40x40cm.

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Grasshopper

Grasshopper made of a brown glass bottle, emerald green and purple stained glass, and wire. Dimensions 31x11x12cm. 

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Hydroplane

Hydroplane made of a green glass bottle, red stained glass, wire and metal. Dimensions 27x30x17cm.

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Aeroplane

Aeroplane made of a brown glass bottle, brown stained glass, metal, and wire. Dimensions: 29x29x14cm. 

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Brown plane

Plane made of brown glass bottle and clear glass.

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Metal aeroplane

Aeroplane made of a clear glass bottle and metal.

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Skyblue plane

Aeroplane made of glass bottle, skyblue stained glass, metal and wire.

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Blue plane

Blue plane made of metal and blue stained glass.

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