Glass

Glass art from our gallery.

Andrew Holmburg

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Andrew Holmberg has been creating unique glass art for the garden since 1997.  The glass is designed to be functional and durable, while adding a creative accent to any outdoor space.  His glass can be seen in gardens around the … Continue reading

Pewter/ Crystal

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These elegant pieces are a combination of 100% lead free pewter and fine Bohemian crystal. All the pieces were handcrafted in California by Baker Art Foundry. Regardless of which design you choose these exquisite sculptures are a great idea for … Continue reading

Recycled Glass Tableware

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11 shapes + 9 colors = endless possibilities. With a lightly textured signature SeaGlass surface, the color is fired into the bottom surface of the glass to capture the look and feel of glass shaped by ocean waves. A go-to … Continue reading

Laurie Burns Designs

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Located in the San Juan Island, off Washington’s northwest coast, Laurie Burns Designs produces one-of-a-kind glass wall art creations that they call “Popsicles”. They fuse dichroac glass which plays with the light as you change your point of view to … Continue reading

Fire and Light

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Conceptualized by a small group of people in a recycling minded community, Fire & Light continues to utilize a once wasted resource and recast it into beautiful glassware. The process begins with community members recycling their bottles and jars. After … Continue reading

Hand Painted Martini Glasses

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Canadian, hand painted, multi-colored martini glasses with a whimsical, beautiful, and always fun design. All designs are subject to availability.

Soul Glass Studio

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Located in Northern California, Soul Glass Studio has been producing one-of-a-kind, handblown, aquatic glass creatures of stunning beauty since the 1990’s. Their Octopi come in a myriad of colors and patterns, and in small (8″x8″x3′) and larger (9″x10″x4″) sizes. Each … Continue reading