"Baiba glass" brand was founded in 2016 in Riga, Latvia. Created by glass artist and designer Baiba Dzenite. In 2017 she graduated with a master's degree in glass art at the Art academy of Latvia. During her time studying at the Academy, she developed an interest in hot glass techniques as well as combining glass with other materials. Throughout these years Baiba has created her own unique techniques for working with glass, which she develops to expend the range of the brand's products.
From the time of her studies, Baiba has worked with different studios and their glassblowers in Latvia, Lithuania and the Czech Republic. She has also participated in various international glass art exhibitions, symposiums in Europe and was selected for the artist in residency program 2018-2019 in Seto international ceramics and glass art exchange program, Seto City, Japan.
Inspired by nature in the Baltic's, "Baiba glass" products are handcrafted to represent local glass traditions in a contemporary way.
This glassware product line is inspired by two phenomena that happens in nature - fog and dew. The collection offers a set of four uniquely formed vases and a sophisticated bowl | tray for your home decor. Each product is made from free formed mouth-blown glass that reveals the plasticity and brilliant shine of the glass through special imprints, where the glass once touched metal. An old Latvian linen processing tool was used to achieve this imprint. Inspired by nature in the Baltic's, BAIBA GLASS products are handcrafted to represent local glass traditions in a contemporary way.
Collection Celestial presents a range of candle holders made from hot poured glass. Every candle holder has a unique air bubble imprint captured inside. They are available in different forms and dimensions, made from solid glass making them more stable and durable. A single mould is used in the preparation of the glass cubes, after which they are cut, ground and polished to attain the crystal clear brilliance of this material. Each metal cylinder is cut, ground and later embedded in glass cubes. This collection is intended for use with tea candles as well as long candles.