Glass Bowl with Curvature
The Jar glass bowl from Martha Schwindling for Schönbuch is an inverted bowl with a bulge in the base. It serves to stylishly present small objects. The elegant home accessory is made from mouth-blown glass, which makes every piece unique. Apples, grapes, sweets, jewelry and small collectibles such as coins or stones will look like they are floating since the bulge in the glass is not visible. This optical illusion creates a fascinating effect.
Soft edge without edge
The design is characterized by the fact that the edge is arched rather than a hard edge like conventional bowls. When the bowl is turned around, it acts as a normal glass dish, which can also be used as storage. This special feature as well as the noble, shapely design make the glass bowl a wonderful gift that fits into the kitchen, the living room and many other places.
The glass also creates interesting shadows as the light breaks in. This effect is reinforced when several copies of the jar glass bowl - various sizes - are combined together.