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"Regrettable". Table-poem in cast glass and stainless steel. The glass table-poems are a limited series of table-sculptures created by the artists of La Meduse, with different techniques of glass work and different creative imaginations. Here is a reinterpretation of the object "table".
Regrettable, la table aux regrets. La corne inversée était remplie de regrets, de chagrins et de contrariétés. Mais au bout d’un temps, pour que ces regrets s’effacent complètement, il faut la vider. Voilà la regrettable.
Height: .35 inches
Width: 18 inches diameter
Artist: François Turbide
Our glass pieces can easily fit into your everyday life. In your home, your office or your cottage, allow yourself a splash of color and art by adding a glass element from La Meduse. A good way to think about Magdalen Islands at all times.
Because our pleasure also lies in the creation of a world of glass of our own, in this collection we present you some creations in glass that are coming right from our imagination. The fun we have making these is waiting for you in each of our pieces of glass, it is assured. And so it is for the wind from Magdalen Islands, as we blow glass.
Being settled on an island, we take inspiration from the sea around us to draw unique creative subjects and develop our own maritime signature.
At La Meduse, all of our glass pieces are hand-crafted, one by one, in our workshop located in Magdalen Islands, Quebec, Canada. Existing since 1985, our workshop is one of the oldest glassblowing workshops in Canada. We are now the second generation of glassblowers to continue this millennial know-how!
As each piece is the result of a unique work, if you order several pieces of the same color, they will be similar, but will all be slightly different. They will each have their own personality, a little something that makes them unique.
Moreover, at La Meduse, we are used to shipping glass all over the world. You can rest easy, we will make sure that everything goes to you without problem, for your greatest pleasure ... and ours.