SMALL WORLDS series of Theresienthal by Christian Haas. The pieces are part of the 2013 collection Theresienthal, traditional German manufacturer of crystals, & are formed by overlapping glass pieces with different patterns & textures on their surfaces. It is this difference in design between the layers of crystal that creates the perception of a 3D image. The edition FOCUS THE UNKNOWN is made of clear & cased crystal, engravings & cuts.

SMALL WORLDS series of Theresienthal by Christian Haas. The pieces are part of the 2013 collection Theresienthal, traditional German manufacturer of crystals, & are formed by overlapping glass pieces with different patterns & textures on their surfaces. It is this difference in design between the layers of crystal that creates the perception of a 3D image. The edition FOCUS THE UNKNOWN is made of clear & cased crystal, engravings & cuts.

Theresienthal: Focus the Unknown. Design: Christian Haas. Becher "Orang Utan", "Ara" & "Venusfliegenfalle"

Theresienthal: Focus the Unknown. Design: Christian Haas. Becher "Orang Utan", "Ara" & "Venusfliegenfalle"

Theresienthal Planet Earth glasses  www.artedona.com

Theresienthal Planet Earth glasses www.artedona.com

Theresienthal- Tiefsee - PLANET EARTH - Becherserie zu den Objekten der Serie 'Small Worlds' von Christian Haas

Theresienthal- Tiefsee - PLANET EARTH - Becherserie zu den Objekten der Serie 'Small Worlds' von Christian Haas

Classic elegance topped with a touch of opulence: The diamond cut of the "Samira" glassware from Theresienthal does not shout out to be the centre of attention. That is because designer Gottfried Palatin consciously put the emphasis on functionality. The "Samira" glasses have a nice feel. Their cut edges provide a secure hold – and, in the case of the "Samira" vase, conceal the stem ends of the individual flowers.

Classic elegance topped with a touch of opulence: The diamond cut of the "Samira" glassware from Theresienthal does not shout out to be the centre of attention. That is because designer Gottfried Palatin consciously put the emphasis on functionality. The "Samira" glasses have a nice feel. Their cut edges provide a secure hold – and, in the case of the "Samira" vase, conceal the stem ends of the individual flowers.

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