Cellular Glass is the name of a technique developed by designer Désirée Sessegolo that results in hollow textures in the glass.
The technique consists in fusing small glass particles that aggregate during the fusion process, giving rise to varied textures.
The process for obtaining Cellular Glass is registered with the INPI.

Upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of transforming by-products, waste, useless or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or with greater environmental value.

Some pieces in our collection have a limited run and are produced from broken glass resulting from the production of sculptures (Morpho and Amazônia).

The Surreal Collection uses fragments of glass applied on rounded bases, or simply, shards of colored glass are used to make small sculptures that are applied to rings, earrings and necklaces.

The pieces are on sale at the online store www.desisessegolo.com.

The fragility of the pieces depend on size and thickness.
Small, thick pieces have good resistance and are used to make jewelry.
Larger pieces such as bowls and plates undergo up to 3 melting processes for a correct distribution of the material and physical balance of the object. After fusion, the parts are washed with a high-pressure washer and are hand polished.

Yes, each piece is unique and impossible to reproduce.
This feature ensures that every person has unique pieces.

Payment can be made by PayPal or PagSeguro, with several credit card, and installment payments.
If you prefer to pay by bank transfer, contact us by email desiree_sessegolo@hotmail.com.

The shipping calculation will be completed at checkout, after confirming the delivery address and shipping method chosen.
Your order will be carefully packed, so that it will arrive safely at your destination in 5 to 10 days in Brazil, and up to 60 days abroad.

Yes, we can produce exclusive pieces in special sizes and colors.
Fill out the contact form on the website describing the details of the piece you want to receive a quote.