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Glass light bulbs with reference to the Tulips of Amsterdam

Article number cp0001
Glass- hand blown
Colors- Blue / Dark Blue /Green / Pink / Transparently
Medium:46 x 46 x 48 cm
The Story


These Bulbs are produced for Lensvelt in collaboration with the glass studio Van Tetterode, situated in Amsterdam. They are hand crafted designs where each object are unique pieces in shape and color. What makes the design unique is the manually applied dimple in the curve of the bulb. Available numerous sizes and colors, four standard colors have been selected: transparent, green, blue and pink, and two standard volumes: small and large.

Caroline Prisse

Caroline Prisse is an artists and director of the renowned Van Tetterode Glas Studio. The studio is highly specialized in the domain of glass as they can produce just about anything; this ranges from unusual products in glass for artists, designers and architects, vases for Studio Wieki Somers and lamps for Joep van Lieshout, to the interactive light tunnel W2 for Cloudcollective in Tilburg.

Caroline Prisse’s body of work is showcased in various museums such as: The Gemeente Museum in Den Haag and Corning Museum in New York. When Caroline Prisse joined van Tetterode, her focus had shifted more to applied works, such as the Bulbs for Lensvelt.


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