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Rubino Glass's Nautilus Sink Bowl
Rubino Glass's Nautilus Sink Bowl
Bryan Rubino has created glass installations for casinos and restaurants for nearly three decades. His new work includes this line of earth-toned sink bowls. (Matching sconces sell for $625 each.) Based in Shelton, Wash., Rubino makes his bowls from a mix of new glass and old scraps that have fallen onto his studio floor.


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