This is a very special design, a stained glass panel entirely handmade using the Tiffany copper foil technique.
It is a 'picture' of a Scottish mountain scene, later on in the day, so the impression is of different folds and colours of hills and mountains falling to the sea.
I've tried to pick out the Scottish highland heather colouring with purple, blue and green streaked glass and I've used clear, iridescent glass for the sea and added some streaks of blue to the sky as this is a sunny day in Scotland.
There is a good variety of different textures to give the panel lots of movement.
I originally designed this for a commission as a larger (8x10) version which I framed with lead but now make this smaller version at 5.5 x 7.5 inches. It is designed to hang as a suncatcher in the window and I have 'framed' it for strength with twisted wire.
It hangs from a strong silvery chain which is attached to either side of the top by soldered rings. I would recommend that this, to be safe needs to be hung from a proper hook rather than suction hooks as it is quite heavy.
I am very pleased indeed with this piece which looks quite stunning hanging in the window. It also looks rather good hanging against a wall as a picture.
This item is absolutely unique. I never make two pieces exactly the same, I always use slightly different shades and textures of glass.
I make other landscape designs which you can see in the 5th photo.
The beautiful mountains of Scotland. Designed for a commission, a Scottish Highland mountain landscape.
I also make landscapes of ::
(See 5th photo)
Seaview (not shown here)
These are all for sale as separate listings
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