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Brief Published: 7 Oct 2011

Reused History by Tomas Kral


Swizz-based industrial designer Tomas Kral has collaborated with recently founded Spanish label PCM to create a collection of hand blown and decorated glass wares based on moulds from the late 19th century.

The series comprises three vases, a set of drinking glasses and carafes, all of which have been decorated with different cut-patterns.

Titled Reused History, the collection was produced at the Royal Glass Factory of La Granja de San Ildefonso in Segovia, Spain, which is one of the last three remaining European glassworks that still blows the glass following the 18th century techniques.

Tomas Kral