A well designed vase is visually intriguing enough to stand alone without decorative accessories or fillers. For this week’s “Designer Pick” we’ve chosen to introduce a stunning collection of Favrile glass vases from the Corning Museum. The art of Favrile glass making is a technique, invented by Louis Comfort Tiffany, that was first introduced to the public in 1896. Differing from traditional iridescent glass designs, during the process of Favrile glass construction, color is infused into the glass itself instead of being layered onto the finished surface. The end result is a brilliant design with a very distinctive color way and flair. When styling a space, these vases are great for adding visual depth and interest.