Driven by a passion for revitalising traditional materials and craftsmanship in a modern context, Bodo Sperlein created a range of pieces that showcase the exceptional qualities of silver. The "Onda" collection redefines the concept of the centrepiece in 21st century table culture, infusing it with elegance and timelessness.
Inspired by motion, the exquisite "Onda" fluid glass stand, handcrafted by Viennese glass manufacturer Lobmeyr, features intricately designed interchangeable silver elements that can be arranged in various combinations, offering a dynamic and flexible dining experience.
Photography by Jon Day and Fabian Frinzel
Styling by Hannah Frankli
Glass & Silver
For more than 170 years, Jarosinski & Vaugoin have been producing some of the world’s finest silverware as well as jewelry and art objects for an array of prestigious clients, and have always remained faithful to the values of quality, elegance and usability.
The Onda collection revitalizes the traditional concept of centrepieces for the modern era. The name "Onda," derived from the Latin word for "wave," perfectly encapsulates the fluidity and adaptability that this collection brings to the dining experience. Each element of the Onda can be effortlessly rearranged in countless configurations, showcasing its versatility and refined elegance.
Comprising of four pieces crafted from 925 sterling silver—a lidded globe, an oval tray, a vase, and a fluted bowl—the collection can be purchased as a set or individually. The addition of locally sourced walnut enhances the versatility of the design, adding a touch of natural warmth to the silver elements.