Weather glass

S t o r m g l a s s


. . . an ancient instrument from the time when weather forecasting was born . . .


    is a sealed glass ampoule containing a very specialised, safe chemical solution which creates varied elegant crystalline arrangements, depending on changes in the environment.


Stormglasses were inveted and used for weather prediction in England, in 19th century.
    Nowadays, the StormGlass represents a fascinating and mysterious system for producing infinite formations of crystals. Old crystals slowly disappear and new ones are reborn in the form of stars, leaves, squares, twigs, ferns, orchards, tree groves and other mysterious shapes and sizes.