John Derian's Asparagus Tray is made in a method referred to as decoupage, the art of cutting and gluing paper images to a surface. Handmade in Derian's NYC studio, this decorative piece can be used as a catch all to keep things tidy or as part of your coffee table collection.Learn More
3.5" W x 5" H
Collaged paper under hand blown glass. Wipe clean, do not immerse in water. Recommended for decorative use only.
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Decoupage is the art of cutting and gluing paper images to a surface. John Derian, an avid collector of antique fruit, flower, and animal prints, hand-paints borders and patterns over centuries-old ledgers and letters. He combines all these elements into charmingly eccentric collages which are reprinted and pieced together in layers under glass accessories.
John’s early obsession with printed matter ultimately led him to decoupage, the art of cutting and pasting paper. Since 1989, he and a small studio of artisans in New York City have been creating glass plates, trays, bowls, and other decorative home items with imagery from his vast and ever-expanding collection of 18th and 19th century prints. His pieces are coveted and collected across the globe.