Each glass object from our collection is crafted in Poland by way of the notorious glass blowing craft. The skilled artisans use their breath to inflate a gather of molten glass into a bubble, which they then meticulously shape into a desired form by virtue of diverse tools and modeling techniques. You will therefore find that no drinking glass or vase is entirely identical: each object essentially bears the unique imprint of the craftsman’s skill and creativity. Subtle variations in weight or color intensity are inherent and admired.



• Fill a sink or basin with warm water.

• Add a small amount of mild dish soap or glass cleaner.

• Submerge the glassware in soapy water.

• Use a soft sponge or cloth to gently scrub the inside and outside of the glassware.

• Pay extra attention to any stubborn stains or residue.

• Rinse the glassware thoroughly with warm water to remove all soap.

• Inspect for any remaining spots or streaks, and rewash if necessary.

• Dry the glassware with a lint-free towel or let it air dry on a drying rack.

• Optional: Polish the glassware with a soft cloth for extra shine.

• Store the clean glassware in a safe place to prevent damage.

• The objects can also be cleaned in a dishwasher, however, make sure to use a water temperature of a maximum of 60 degrees Celsius.


By following these steps, you can keep your glass vases clean and sparkling, allowing their beauty to shine through.

• Prepare warm water and mild soap solution.

• Soak the vase to loosen dirt and residue.

• Gently scrub the inside with a long-handled brush.

• Use a soft cloth to clean the outside.

• Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

•Dry carefully to prevent water spots.

• Optional: Polish with a soft cloth for extra shine.

• Display or store safely.