Cattle Brand Soderglen Ranches Ltd.

If our memory serves us correctly we were asked by friends of the owners of Solderglen Ranches Ltd located north of Airdrie Alberta to make this panel of their Cattle Brand. We used  red Bullseye glass for the brand and border. Having a diamond saw allowed us to make the S in one piece.

Scroll Saw Sailing Ship

Our friend Allan Couper of Innisfail made many different scroll saw pieces which were designed in such a way that we could slide a piece of stained glass into the item which was then securely held in place with a wooden insert held in place with small brass screws.

Together we made only a few of these items and unfortunately Allan is no longer able to work his magic with his scroll saw, so those clients who purchased them are indeed very fortunate to have Allan’s gifted work coupled with stained glass.

Here is the scroll saw sailing ship with a  stained glass red sky in the evening – sailors delight –

Cattle Brand Saber Ranches Alberta

This is the cattle brand for Saber Ranches which is located east of Penhold in Central Alberta. Long time friends of the ranch commissioned us to make the ranches brand about 8 – 9 years ago. We used Bullseye’s 1311 for the saber along with a red Spectrum granite and Spectrum’s Seedy for the background.

Mare and Foal

Many years ago we had an opportunity to make this mare with her foal. We used Bullseye Glass for the mare and Spectrum’s black/clear Baroque for the foal. The foreground is a wonderful Uroboros 65-145 Glass  which we use often and where either side can be used for effect. (the reverse side has a rough rolled granite effect)

Design by Nancy Pimental Great Woods Glass Art, Norton MA

This is one of Spectrum’s Glass free patterns available on their website

Poppy’s Birthstone Angel

Here is Poppy’s Birthstone Angel. Our 1st granddaughter who was born in March. We used Spectrum’s Sky Blue wispy for March’s Aquamarine birthstone color. The angel wings were made from Spectrum’s Iridescent Rainwater Glass.

Design by Donna Schulze