"In Newland's Apple Orchard, 1886""In Newland
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Product description:This functional ceiling fan or lamp pull was inspired by the last remaining apple trees in our Boulder, CO, yard, which used to be part of William Newland's 260-acre apple orchard. When hung from a ceiling fan, the figure's voluminous fringed skirt dances as the fan spins. In sunlight, the glass beads glow and refract light. One of the marvelous elements of glass bead art is that, unlike textiles, these pieces can withstand direct sunlight without fading, as the colors are permanently baked into the beads during manufacturing. Please note: while this pull is completely functional and comes ready to attach to a standard ball chain, avoid pulling ONLY on the fringed skirt. Pull should be hung low enough to accommodate pulling from the solid bead-fabric torso, to avoid stretching the fringe's threads.
 
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"In Newland's Apple Orchard, 1886"

by Denise Perreault

  • Shipping: $10.00
  • Product ID#: 18715
  • Dimensions: 2.5" width x9" height x2.25" depth
  • Weight: 6 oz
  • Materials: Glass, Other Materials, Other Materials
  • Colors: Blue, Green, White

Artwork Description: This functional ceiling fan or lamp pull was inspired by the last remaining apple trees in our Boulder, CO, yard, which used to be part of William Newland's 260-acre apple orchard. When hung from a ceiling fan, the figure's voluminous fringed skirt dances as the fan spins. In sunlight, the ...
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Glass seed-bead artist and weaver specializing in decorative pieces for interiors. Seed bead sculptures range from 7 - 22" high, and and can withstand direct sunlight, as colors are baked into the glass during production. My signature "glass curtains" are pictorial fabric window treatments comprised entirely of glass seed beads, whose translucence and colors are manipulated and enhanced by changing sunlight. Other bead-art services include restoration and repair of Victorian beaded purses and clothing. Free consultations and estimates. Weavings include rugs, pillows, window...read more