Three New Exclusive Models at the Espace VERRE Gallery-Boutique
Whilst wishing for the return of visitors to the warmth of the hot shop, our glassblowing elves crew has gleefully been rethinking Espace VERRE’s traditional glass ornaments. Whether it be to brighten your tree, dress up your windows, or bring a dash of enchantment to a loved one, the Espace VERRE gallery-boutique is delighted to present three new ornaments just in time for the 2020 Holiday Season:
Quentin the Dreamer, with his head always up in the clouds, was struck with impetus while watching a particularly spectacular morning sky. Thus was born his brand new Aurora Collection, featuring beautiful baubles in three glorious sunrise colours: pink, silver and amber.
Our Dynamic Duo Diane & Nico enjoy putting their heads together to think outside the box. Fun-loving and fans of good design, they deconstructed the traditional wine glass and kept only the foot – the circular and flat part resting at the bottom of the stem. For a bit of festive whimsy, they added a few dancing curves to their delicate Suspended Corollas.
Sweet-Tooth Vincent is a self-proclaimed sugar addict! He was inspired by his favorite sweets to create his delicious-looking Candy Baubles, which are available in a spectrum of rainbow colours. Their unusual shape, flattened on both sides using cork pallets, allows for a perfect wall installation.
Purchase the new 2020 ornaments and more by visiting us at 1200 Mill Street in Montreal, or by placing order by phone or email:
- Aurora Ornaments by Quentin Ybert, $25 each – pink, silver, amber
- Suspended Corollas by Diane CB & Nicolas Forlini, $25 each – ripple, copper, snow
- Candy Baubles by Vincent Moureau, $26 each – red, orange, yellow, lime, light blue, cobalt blue, pink, white
Taxes and shipping are additional. Please remember: each piece is unique and can differ slightly from the photos – that’s what makes their charm!
Thank you for choosing handmade works by local creators.
Your purchases will directly support the vitality of our creativity center
and all its glass-loving elves!