Valentine's Day Early Warning. I'll be taking a couple of weeks of Me time from 5th Feb so please order early. xx
This is a stained glass suncatcher made using the Tiffany copper foil technique.
I call it 9 of Hearts. This one is in pastel shades as hearts don't always have to be red. Really a rather pretty mix of colours.
The inch wide ‘frame’ is made of prettily textured clear glass. Inside this is a ‘picture’ containing 9 hearts in 9 different types and shades of glass.
It looks super hanging in the window where the colours of the hearts change according to the direction and strength of the light shining on them.
The suncatcher hangs from a silvery chain which is securely attached to the corners at the top. It is 5.5 inches square and framed with twisted wire for added strength and accent.
This item is absolutely unique. I never make two pieces exactly the same, I always use slightly different colours and textures of glass.
This will make a wonderful present at any time for someone you love.
Anything with a heart is always a lovely present and this is unique and handmade in Britain with Love.
If you prefer different colours then please just ask.
The 5th photo shows a previous Rainbow version of 9-of-hearts so you can see that each is unique though both to the same pattern.
A perfect gift of love at anytime
Please note : POSTAL CHARGES : . I part-refund postage via Paypal where more than one piece is ordered to allow for combined postal charge at cost. I do this as soon as I receive your order.
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