Daum Crystal Wild Crocodile by Richard Orlinski - Black
Contemporary vision and the concept of sustainability are common themes in Richard Orlinski and Daum house. In a contemporary style, realistic and unchanging, the two entities together to provide a vision of the art in both permanent and in the air. Because this is scary and mythical animals that appeal to our imagination and our common culture. The ferocity and animality of these predators are immortalized in the molten crystal by Daum. Like the works of Richard Orlinski, Daum reveals new pieces limited edition. These echo the concept of "Born Wild" of the artist containing its icon from the wild world of cinema, with the panther, crocodile and the Wild Kong. These animals icons are broken in three colors blue, black and white and all published in 99 copies each. The association between Richard Orlinski Daum and gives rise to the majestic sculptures molten crystal. Facetted, these exceptional pieces can be compared to diamonds. Compliance with sharp cuts and clean lines accentuate the ferocity and power of animals Richard Orlinski. Made By Hand In France. Kiln Fired For 10 Days. Every piece is unique, no two Daum crystals are exactly alike. Since 1878 Daum Crystal has been the ultimate in luxury.
Daum Item Code: 05325-2
Limited Edition: Number of Pieces Made: 99
Each Daum Crystal art work creation is signed with "Daum France". Every Daum piece we sell is brand new in the original box. Limited Editions come with all paperwork. Every single Daum crystal piece has it's own individuality as they are hand-made. Every piece is unique, no two Daum art pieces are exactly alike. We guarantee you the best price on your Daum Crystal purchase.
Pâte de cristal is a Daum speciality, sometimes copied but never equalled ; a precious material that gives pieces a sculptural dimension and which has been refined unceasingly. Pâte de cristal has the quality of giving translucency to the forms it reproduces. The brilliance of this material, the intensity of coulours and the myriad subtile shades all contribute to its singularity.