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  • Vase Acorn - Glass, Estrid Ericson | Svenskt Tenn
  • Vase Acorn - Glass, Estrid Ericson | Svenskt Tenn

Vase Acorn Art nr. 102361

160 SEK (inkl. moms)

At her summer home Tolvekarna, Estrid Ericson came up with the idea of letting acorns sprout in a single small glass vase. The form was inspired by the classic acorn shape and she broadened the neck slightly so that the acorn could fit into place easily and take root.

Pick your acrons in October, when they are in an ideal condition. Place them in a bowl of water, and after 3 to 6 weeks, they should have strated to sprout. Fill the Acorn vase with water and put your sprouting acron in it. After further 3 to 6 weeks, a delicate little oak seedling will sprout. Avoid direct sunlight since sun through glass may cause burn damage to adjacent surfaces.

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160 SEK
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  • Product information

    At her summer home Tolvekarna, Estrid Ericson came up with the idea of letting acorns sprout in a single small glass vase. The form was inspired by the classic acorn shape and she broadened the neck slightly so that the acorn could fit into place easily and take root.

    Pick your acrons in October, when they are in an ideal condition. Place them in a bowl of water, and after 3 to 6 weeks, they should have strated to sprout. Fill the Acorn vase with water and put your sprouting acron in it. After further 3 to 6 weeks, a delicate little oak seedling will sprout. Avoid direct sunlight since sun through glass may cause burn damage to adjacent surfaces.

    Design: Estrid Ericson
    Material: Glass
    Height: 12 cm

  • Designer

    Estrid Ericson began her career as a drawing teacher and pewter artist. But what really set her apart during her 56 years as managing director for Svenskt Tenn were her abilities as a producer and scenographer. Ericson never had an aesthetic programme mapped out, but she had an imaginative person’s perceptiveness for the many faces of beauty. Read more