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The glass bell was traditionally used in decoration for old clocks or on still lifes. Today the glass bell is modernizing and adapting to contemporary decor. Very simple and unadorned,the glass bell can now be sold alone . It is then up to everyone to place objects under it or to arrange it alone as a decorative object. You will find these bells in a rather "family house" style at Amadeus or Jardin d'Ulysse for example. The sidecuriosity cabinet is also revisited thanks to the glass bells. So,like the little beasts that were exposed under these glass bells , some creators offer very contemporary objects covered with a glass bell like the Mantel clock. Home Around the World offers a more romantic side thanks to a glass checkmark covering a small bird. At Botanique Editions the glass bell serves as a place marker for the table. The most original creation is found at Fleux. Created by Domsaï, small cacti are placed on small legs and covered with a transparent bell ... The bell is also associated with bells covering dishes in large restaurants . And it is the Italian publisher Secondome which offers a whole series of very original glass bells. Indeed these are modeled to reproduce different incongruous forms such as the "Martian" bells or even "Diner Time" in the shape of roast chicken. Finally, some creators have made the bell their favorite object, like Estelle Cusset.This architect by training creates unique universes under glass bells . She started with butterflies like an entomologist (insect specialist) and in a cabinet of curiosity spirit. Today there are various themes that she explores with shells, butterflies, flowers or even wooden letters.