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Big Bubble by Alex de Witte

Jessica Harrison transforms the collectible ceramic ladies that populate grandmothers’ china cabinets into spectacles of gore.

Bloody Bloody Boudoir Ladies: Turning Kitsch Ceramics Into Horror

Vein Carafe for wine! #art #medicine

From Vines to Veins: Strange Carafes by Etienne Meneau

installation work of German artist Luka Fineisen,

Olafur Eliasson – I grew up in solitude and silence

LASVIT investigates future of kinetic + programmable glass lighting systems

jeffrey stockbridge

Windows What, Unexpected Beautiful, Glasses Sky Colours, Broken Glasses, Moody Art, Broken Windows

Broken Glass By Mrkim Via Flickr #makeup, #lips,

Rusted broken Glass.

cracked mirror.

Pierre Malphettes, "Glass Cloud" 2009

The Biologically-Inspired Glass Work of Danish Artist Steffan Dam. Very Cool!

Cody William Smith

Jellyfish lamp.

Crystal mushrooms

in the dust of the stars crown - elemental child - for everyday wear...

Ice Crystals.

breathtakingly beautiful

Cinderella's glass shoe by Maison Martin Margiela

"Heart chamber: Listening" 2010, 8"x5"x6", clay in artist-designed glass vessel. (in private collections) Vessel hand blown according to artist's maquette by John Burchetta; photo by William Nettles

A Victorian-era lachrymosa, also called lachrymatory, tear catchers, or tear vials. Sometimes worn on a necklace, sometimes merely held, they were used the gather the tears wept by mourners at funerals. One type of lachrymosa had a special top which allowed the tears to evaporate (signifying the time to stop mourning), others had a sealed top to allow the tears to last for a year, at which point they would be poured on the grave of the person whom the tears were wept for.