Our Old Polish collection is inspired by royal fabrics from the collections of Polish kings. From tapestries, through carpets, kontusz and chasuble stripes, coats of arms, tapestries to tapestries. Royal collections are located in the most important places on the map of Poland, such as the Wawel Royal Castle, the Royal Castle in Warsaw, National Museums, etc.
They refer to historical motifs, and for us they are an inspiration to create fanciful patterns on glass baubles. The beauty of the 18th century captured on the cream surface of the baubles. An imaginative floral ornament adorns this hand-blown and painted bauble. The composition of the pattern is oriented around two symmetrically placed main flowers visible from both sides of the sphere. The intense green of the leaves in combination with the colorful goblets creates a sparkling meadow, surrounded by a golden frill. The entire pattern is a faithful reflection of Polish embroidery from the times of Queen Maria Leszczyńska and fully reflects the characteristics of decorations from that period. The composition of the pattern and the accumulation of vivid colors interspersed with gold, which in the 18th century were painted by an unknown embroiderer with silk threads on a delicate scarf, were rendered with great care.
Diameter – 10cm
– bauble: glass
– box: decorative cardboard printed in the colors of Bombkarnia
Each of the elements was produced in Poland.