Black Ornament Large ‘Teggno’ by Remigijus Kriukas
Glass Ornaments ‘Large ‘Teggno’ is a masterful Egg shaped black ornament by Remigijus Kriukas with a beautiful sapphire blue core.
It has an intricate web of bubbles that form a steeple over the ultra modern chimera-like core which changes shape according to how the light catches it.
The curved black ornament metallic outer shell is set with three clear glass windows so that the glass ornaments can be enjoyed from a variety of angles.
This post-modern iconic piece will catch the light delightfully; whether in a sunny window, a brightly lit room or display cabinet.
With its urban metropolis styling they make great gifts for men and would add a kingly touch to any office or boardroom.
We have only a few of these pieces left from the artist and are unlikely to be able to get more as the artist is constantly evolving his style and makes limited amounts in the same style. These delightful pieces will be collector’s items in no time at all.
Each black ornament is carefully signed by the artist himself.
Black Ornament Artist
Remigijus Kriukas is a Lithuanian artist of high regard that is producing great work that is adored worldwide.
His work is ultra-modern and unique and is unmatched in its polished finish by anything else we have seen.
His glass ornaments are highly prized and are often given as presents to CEOs and other important blue chip clients.
These Large Teggno glass ornaments would not look out of place in a boardroom but we think they will look perfect in a chic modern living room or study.
We also sell his smaller red Teggno glass ornaments which you can view by clicking on the link or clicking on the glass ornaments tag on the left.
A really exciting glass piece.
Remigijus Kriukas was born in Lithuania in 1961. In 1985 he graduated from the Lithuanian State Institute of Fine Arts and began his career in glass working for several glass companies learning the art of glass forming and blowing.
He began his artist’s life as a painter and is also highly acclaimed for his canvas work.
Kriukas opened up his own studio in 2000 to specialise in paperweights and glass sculptures. His focus was on paperweights which has helped him hone his skills which he transferred into his unique glass sculptures.
Since opening, his studio has been a great success and he has exhibited his work all across the globe. His glass sculptures can be seen in museums in many countries.
We hope to be able to bring you more of his stunning black ornament designs very soon.