Why not light up your home with a more fashionable take on tradition with some sculptural lighting from Borowski. Famous for their playful hand-blown glass creatures, Borowski is one of the leaders in glass art. Their playful lights and sculptures are imaginative works of art in beautiful glowing glass and metal that can enchant both indoor and outdoor spaces, and add a touch of eclectic glamour, wherever you find them.
These two playful creatures from the Studio Line and Outdoor Objects collections by Borowski are now available at Sklar, just in time for a howlingly stylish Halloween!
Light Up Their Smiles.
How could anyone be scared of this cute little fellow? The Vampy Outdoor Lamp Glass Art Sculpture from the Borowski Outdoor Objects collection is a hand-blown glass lamp and “spooky” sculpture, made of beautifully speckled hand-blown glass. Vampy is weatherproof and available in amber, rose or white glass. Add a sense of whimsy to your home, and adopt this adorable and eye-catching fellow who spreads lighthearted fun no matter where he spreads his wings.
Whether you place him indoors or outdoors, “Vampy” the vampire is sure to delight friends and neighbors alike. Vamp up your style – stand the Vampy Lamp on the porch or on the lawn, and turn an otherwise formal lawn into a magical, glowing garden.
Whoooo’s Ready for Halloween?
Not just on the lookout only at night, The Tawny Glass Owl Table Lamp from Borowski casts a welcoming glow any time of the day.
An adorable and creative version of a traditional table lamp, the tawny glass owl lamp is uniquely crafted and whimsically modern. Both fun and fashionable, and like all Borowski lighting fixtures, it’s a quality piece that will light up the night for many years to come.
The Borowski Family
Stanislaw Borowski was born in 1944 in Moutiers, France, and began crafting his hand-blown glass in a garage. Using virtually lost techniques for engraving on cameo glass, he made his own tools to create his compelling new concepts. His extraordinary engravings and sculptures soon received international acclaim, leading to exhibitions in Germany, the US, the Netherlands and Japan.
In 1990, together with his two eldest sons, Pawel and Wiktor, he founded the Glasstudio Borowski. Today many of the masterpieces created by the Borowski family are on display in renowned galleries and museums around the globe, such as the Corning Museum of Glass in New York – the most celebrated glass museum in the world.