Bianco Blu Crow

$130.00 USD
SKU: BB-crow1
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✔ Made in Finland
✔ Mouthblown
✔ Designed by: Tarmo Maaronen
✔ Signed: Tarmo Maaronen FINLAND 2019
✔ Limited Edition: Yes
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Description
The Bianco Blu Crow is hauntingly , with a smooth black body and long, twisted beak. The back and breast have a bluish-grey sponged detailing to add interest, texture, and contrast to the design. This bird would make a beautiful gift for fans of Finnish design or glass birds this season.

Crafted in Fiskars, Finland exclusively for GlassBirds.com, the Bianco Blu Crow is truly a one-of-a-kind piece of art you won't find anywhere else. The bird was designed by artist Tarmo Maaronen and mouth-blown by a small team of skilled blowers. Maaronen was born in 1963 in Urjala, Finland and has been blowing glass since 1979. He worked as a teacher of Scandinavian glass techniques from 1995-1997, until he founded his own glass studio Bianco Blu.
Product Details
  • Made in: Finland
  • Made by: Bianco Blu
  • Designer: Tarmo Maaronen
  • Measurements: 7" L x 3" W x 4" H (18 x 8 x 10 cm)
  • Signed: Tarmo Maaronen FINLAND 2019
  • Year Introduced: 2019
  • Limited Edition: Yes
  • Numbered: No
  • Primary Color: Black
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About Tarmo Maaronen

Designed by Tarmo Maaronen exclusively for GlassBirds.com, Bianco Blu glass birds are unique pieces of art you won't find anywhere else. Each is handcrafted and mouth-blown by a small team of skilled glassblowers in Fiskars, Finland. Born in Urjala, Finland, Maaronen has been blowing glass since 1979. Before founding his own glass stuido Bianco Blu, he worked as a teacher of Scandinavian glass techniques from 1995 to 1997.


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