Morning in Athens is a sculpture made of glass pendants. For this sculpture, Kaj Franck was inspired by the beauty of Greece. When moved by the wind, the fragile orbs issue a soft, metallic sound reminiscent of the church bells of Athens on a Sunday morning. Morning in Athens was in production during the years 1954-1975 and 1992-1994 at the Nuutajärvi factory, the oldest glass factory in Finland, and has now being reintroduced. Made from hand-blown glass, Morning in Athens is available in three slightly different models and this set includes all three.
- Length 630 mm
- Hand-blown glass