The edge of the bowl dips like a gulley, and the form is echoed throughout Clear crystal with undulations traveling down the side in three tiers. Designed for Baccarat by Thomas Bastide, the decorative Wave bowl is also available with tinges of blue and green. Exemplifying Baccarat’s technical prowess, the crystal cuts inside the vase create a magical optical effect, subtlety shadowing the Clear crystal from the bowl’s base to its edge. Embedded in the interior pattern, the enamel appears as though magically flowing throughout. Two Wave vases round out this collection. All the Wave pieces bring a sense of rolling energy to whichever room they are placed in.
For over 250 years, crystal blowers, cutters, engravers and gilders have been honing their talent to attain sheer perfection.
Through the breath, the sharp eye and theskilled hand of man, matter surrenders all its secrets. The movements and gestures are ancestral, but the know-how of this elite body of artisans evolves with the times.
The first crystal manufactory to produce chandelier elements (1827) and colour pieces (1839), Baccarat ingenious craftsmanship has always stood at the leading edge of innovation.
Unique and timeless know-how which, from freehand cutting to brush applied raised relief gilding, translates tradition into creation. From man’s hand collecting crystal at the end of a stick to the development of the Maison celebrated golden red, Baccarat combines mastery and creativity