Fan, hand-painted pitcher and beverage glass set, Glass ParadoxFan, hand-painted pitcher and beverage glass set, Glass Paradox
$135.00In stock
Product description:The design: Fan, wispy bold strokes of color against a hand-frosted glass. I’ve often been told I should have named this design “feather”. When I created this design, I was thinking of the fans made of feathers, colorful and playful. Not the electric fans we see all over in the summer time moving the hot humid air or the throngs of people surrounding a superstar, it was much simpler than all that. The fans of days gone by, when ladies wore gowns to dinner and everyday activities were of a grander scale. The elegance in daily use. The glassware: Pitcher is 44 oz, approximately 8” tall, 61/4” in diameter. Beverage glasses are 15 3/4 ounce capacity, height 7" and approximately 3" wide. Set includes 1 pitcher and 4 beverage glasses. Care: All of Glass Paradox artware is functional as well as decorative. Hand-washing is recommended to maintain lasting colorfulness.
 
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Fan, hand-painted pitcher and beverage glass set, Glass Paradox

Art Glass by Glass Paradox

  • Shipping: Shipping Included only within the Continental U.S. Outside U.S. Extra Charge
  • Product ID#: 215026
  • Materials: Glass, Other Materials
  • Subject: Inspirational, Nature, Other Subjects
  • Style: Decorative, Other Styles, Vintage
  • Colors: Blue, Green, Mixed, Purple, White

Artwork Description: The design: Fan, wispy bold strokes of color against a hand-frosted glass.
I’ve often been told I should have named this design “feather”. When I created this design, I was thinking of the fans made of feathers, colorful and playful. Not the electric fans we see all over in ...
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Glass painting started as a hobby, at the kitchen table, and kind of mushroomed from there. I enjoyed creating pretty, useful things from yard sale finds and giving them to my family and friends. After a time, I had created far more pretty things than I could give to people I knew so, I attempted a craft fair. People loved it and I soon tried others. Through the years I have learned a lot about glass, mostly through trial and error! I discovered that some glass could not withstand the heating process and...read more