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by on Sep 22, 2015 in Dose of Design
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Paris-based Italian designer Giuseppe Bessero Belti creates vases made from Limoges porcelain in his Experimenta project

Experimenta swaps flame for flower, and fuel for water by reinterpreting old oil lamps and changing them into different kinds of vases. Each vase comprises of a cylindrical container, made using the glass from old oil lamps, along with a plastic ring and a series of adaptors that allow it to be fixed to the container, making it more stable.

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