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Zeenat ✤ Glass ✤ Table Top ~ 58

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Beauty combines with class... as colors melt in molten glass.

  • $16.00

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Product Code: 0304-CGJ-58

Made/ Mkt. By: Cocoboro

L.W.H | Wgt:6 x 4 x 3cm | 50g

“Think or seeout of the Box”, they say. But Cocoboro believes in “Be inside the box andembrace it”, which means we prefer freehand technique, which give moreorganic touch to the outcome. This is because, our hands are itself uniquetools that can perfectly translate the limitless imagination of our minds. Andin this way, we use minimal tools or our tools belongs to kitchen and the regular house corners. Here, in Cocoboro Studio, we develop skills such asmotor activities and educate our employees with our practices and experiences.


 


“Go take yourlessons from the nature, that’s where your future lies. – Leonardo Da Vinci”

Nature is thetreasure of every emotion. Faith, hope, anger, growth, construction anddestruction etc. are always been around us in the cosmos of the great nature. Whenthe inspiration straightcomes from the nature, beautification doesn’t matterbecause nature is itself the reasonable art.Cocoboro Studios believe in theconcept of Bio Mimicry, which always have been the paved path towards thefuture of humankind. In other words, there are infinity examples of forms,textures, colours, scales andfunctions etc. in the veins of The Mother Nature.Such as the simple green leaf is a translucent as well as planer and curvy.




The CocoboroStudios, the name derived from the ‘Combination and Collaboration with Borosilicateglass. Everything lies in the nature and Coconut is one of them which holds thesymbolization of good luck and a new beginning. Also because of its multi-purposeand massive utility, it is highly celebrated around in the Indian culture.




The logo ofCocoboro Studios consists of four elements on negative space, holding a circleinside them. In the negative space, there is a symbol of ‘+’ signifying theaddition ofcrafts, techniques, communities, cultures etc. The logo also romanticizevarious abstract forms and proverbs of the Indian Culture, such as the flower,butterfly, cloverleaf, broken coconut, amalgamation of four rivers, KendriyaBindu (Vanishing Point), twoinfinity symbols, four rings, going in four directions and coming back tosingularity of elements, creating rotational dynamics with gradation by theelements, Roti Ke Char Bhaag (Four piecesof a Chapati), Fugdi (Dancing formthrough the rotational formation) and the top view of shiv lingam. All thesesignificance and symbolization concludesour brand logo.




The process starts with the vision of desirable form; firstlytransferred on paper through the concept sketching and later finalising thedrawing with its functions.Glass is the coldest material in the world andwithout heat, it’s impossible to change its form. The next stage is manufacturingwhich includes flame working on temperature of around 2000°C.Flamework or Torch work is one of the unique historical craft of India stillpracticing in Firozabad, UP.This craft is also known for its high mass productionas well as handicrafts. There are three categories of glass, Soda Lime Glasssuch as sheet glass in windows. Borosilicate Glass such as tubes, rods, solids,uncountable colours in opaque as well astransparent.Crystal Glass, the namecomes from its crystalline formation. Due to use of lead, it is also known asLead Glass. It is majorly used in glassware and camera lenses. In this way, theheated glass is untouchable with bare hands except stainless steel or carbontools.And in the end, the outcome with all heart and soul through the technicalitiesand processing becomesfinal prototype.

Craftsmen
Made by Craftsmen working with Cocoboro.
Material
Made of Borosilicate glass
Instruction
Note ♦ The items in this category are non refundable but you may exchange this product with any other product from the same category. ♦ The products in this category is handmade. ♦ The product is only eligible for a refund in the case of damage or defect. ♦ Imperfections and variations in the product cannot be termed as defects, as these are intrinsic to the handmade process. ♦ These might slightly differ from as seen on digital screen.
Care ♦ Avoid dropping it on hard surfaces, do not bend the metal part of the jewelry ♦ Put in box when not in use ♦ Avoid collide, grind or fire ♦ Avoid perfumes and cosmetics ♦ Do not wear while swimming or taking bath ♦ Use dry and soft cotton cloth to clean
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