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by Simon Yuen on Dec 21, 2015 in Products
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Giuseppe Bessero Belti’s first series of his vase Experimenta is out now

Italian designer Giuseppe Bessero Belti’s first series of his vase Experimenta is now for sale in Marcel By Galerie in Paris. The vases, with their ceramic bodies, are produced in a factory in the French city of Limoges and are made using brushed procelain.

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There are two types of vases included in the collection: unique and standard. The unique chimneys are purchased in flea markets and antique shops that specialise in selling oil lamps. The standard chimneys are bought from different re-sellers.

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Experimenta transforms flame into flower and fuel into water, reinterpreting old oil lamps and changing them into different kinds of vases. Each vase comprises a cylindrical container, which is made with the glass of oil lamps, a plastic ring and a series of adapters, allowing it to be fixed to the container for extra stability.

 

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