This Dove Angel’s dress was made from one piece of Spectrum’s Peppermint Pink Baroque Glass. You will notice that the glass matches across the pieces, it is tricky glass cutting and some of it is cut using our Taurus Ring ring saw. If we break a piece when cutting or crack a piece when soldering, then we start all over with another piece of glass. This angel measures approximately 7 inches wide by 9 inches high.
Design by Liz Leopold & Jan Zuhlke
This Infinity Star was the 3rd prize giveaway in Windows of the West Stained Glass Facebook Like Contest where we wanted to reach 175 likes. This piece was won by Rita M, who lives in Central Alberta. Our winners are randomly drawn from the total likes, which now number some 183. It is our intention to run another contest with another free piece of our stained glass to be given away in the spring of 2013. This Infinity Star was composed of Red Bullseye and Spectrum Clear Crystal Ice Iridescent Glass.
Design by Marianne Crivellaro as featured in Glass Patterns Quarterly Fall 2006
We started making these icicles many years ago in the various colors shown. They reflect the lights of your Christmas Tree, they measure about 4.5 inches long. The most popular one is the 2nd from the left which is made with Spectrum’s Clear Crystal Ice Iridescent glass which adds a wow factor to your Christmas Tree Decorations.
The second Facebook contest that we ran in the fall of 2011, with a goal of reaching 150 likes was Vickie B who lives in Laurel Mississippi.
Here is the butterfly that she won, proudly displayed in her home.
Design by Janet Schrader
In 2009 we made this for a client who’s wife was from Japan. Upon her arrival in Canada she fell in love with the beauty of our Dandelions. He asked us to make a stained glass Dandelion in a pottery ring that he had made for us, to commemorate her appreciation of the Dandelion, which she now enjoys year round.
Design by Flory Wilkins