Upon, studying the water flowing over the waterfall at the mill and the ice that forms in the winter, we came up with these natural textures to capture in glass.
The glass blowers use fine strands of molten glass that are quickly wrapped around these cylindrical shapes to create a watery and icy effect.
As a beautiful series of winter hurricanes, the candlelight glows through the finer wrap texture in a way that is visually stunning.
We started with initial drawings but also worked closely with the glassblowing team, to arrive at the optimal amount of textural coverage. Each vessel turns out unique, and we embrace the irregularity that comes from the process of making them.
Perfectly, imperfect is a key characteristic of Echo Lake, and a hallmark of our ethos.
3 thoughts on “The Echo Lake Collection”
I am having trouble seeing difference between the Townsend tea light and the Echo Lake. Please describe.
Hi, townsend has an optic effect that is vertical underneath the horizontal strands of glass like echo lake. it creates a cross-hatched effect.
Thank you for a detailed description.