This is a stained glass suncatcher made using the Tiffany copper foil technique.
A V..W Campervan in a lovely shade of iridescent bright blue . The other parts are white. A classic design.
The badge is a painted oven baked glass nugget, the headlights little clear glass nuggets and it has matching shiny nugget wheels .
I've made the split windscreen from clear patterned glass.
This suncatcher is hung from a chain which is securely attached by a solder wire ring to the top of the campervan. Please though do not try driving with it hanging in the window as it is glass and therefore a little delicate.
This is 9cm wide and 11cm high.
It would make a beautiful and unique present for anyone but especially of course for someone with a Campervan. It looks really lovely hanging in a window of the house, as well as in a motorhome, where it shines and catches the light all year round.
The 4th / 5th photos show this suncatcher with 2 others in different colours, also for sale as separate listings..
Everything I make is unique, I always use different combinations of glass colour and texture to ensure this.
If you prefer a different colour please just ask.
Note the badge is a peace sign.
This design makes a super wedding present. I've made several which I've personalised with the date of the marriage in little silver beads.
Please note : POSTAL CHARGES : . I always part-refund postage via Paypal where more than one piece is ordered to allow for combined postal charge. I do this as soon as I receive your order.
Shipping & delivery
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