Spyglass, hand-painted decanter and wine goblet set, Glass ParadoxSpyglass, hand-painted decanter and wine goblet set, Glass Paradox
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Product description:The design: Spyglass, what does a lighthouse look like across the ocean when first spied through the glass of a sea captain. I imagine it as a round image in the blue green sea. The skies are turning purple as dusk is on the horizon. Maybe it marks the final destination of a long voyage or a resting place, a beacon. It could be a peaceful warning to stay clear of dangerous waters, a guiding light on a tempestuous journey. The glassware: Decanter is 11 1/2 inches tall with stopper. 33 3/4 ounce capacity. Wine goblets are a 10 ½ ounce capacity bowl, height 7 ⅞” approximately 3” in diameter, slightly narrower base. Set includes 1 decanter and 4 wine goblets. Care: All of Glass Paradox artware is functional as well as decorative. Hand-washing is recommended to maintain lasting colorfulness.
 
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Spyglass, hand-painted decanter and wine goblet set, Glass Paradox

Art Glass by Glass Paradox

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  • Product ID#: 215025
  • Materials: Glass, Other Materials
  • Subject: Nature, Seascape
  • Style: Decorative
  • Colors: Blue, Green, Purple

Artwork Description: The design: Spyglass, what does a lighthouse look like across the ocean when first spied through the glass of a sea captain. I imagine it as a round image in the blue green sea. The skies are turning purple as dusk is on the horizon. Maybe it marks the final destination ...
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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