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A centrepiece for an iconic experience

pink bud vase

Floral Bud Vase by Michael Ruh

IN OUR OPINION, a table should always have a special centrepiece, therefore, we were was thrilled to undertake our latest bespoke glass commission for the iconic Tea Salon at Fortnum & Mason. This iconic salon has recently been refurbished by the grandmaster of interior design the David Collins Studio. 

Michael was commissioned to create a flower vase in a colour hue that complimented the iconic mint and gold tableware and the interiors of the salon.  Developing Colour hues in glassware is a speciality of ours and we are delighted with this nuanced colour in the Rose Bud Vase which can be seen on all the tables throughout the Salon.  A refined coloured beauty that makes a charming centrepiece.



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