This is a stained glass suncatcher made using the Tiffany copper foil technique.
It is a dog, a gorgeous Boxer dog, in a ring. I've named him Axel but you can of course call him whatever you want.
The boxer is, I think a male and certainly a British variety by his ears.
He is dark brown with some streaks and a white front - based on the colouring of my daughter's dog Geebee.
His bulging boxer eyes are cut from dichroic glass which is very twinkly with a purple sheen.....and will follow you round the room.
The background is made of a prettily textured pale green glass which picks out the colour of the dog beautifully.
It is 12 cm in diameter and framed for strength and neatness with twisted wire.
It hangs from a silver chain attached securely to two little rings at the top and like all my suncatchers come supplied with a strong suction hook.
It looks absolutely beautiful hanging in the window where it shines and catches the light .
This item is absolutely unique. I never make two pieces exactly the same, I always use slightly different colours and textures of glass for each piece to ensure they are unique.
The 6th photo shows a white version of the boxer now sold.
I designed this for my daughter in 2013 as she has two boxers. She showed it to her boxer rescue friends and I sold several more to them and none of my boxers ever stayed with me long enough to be listed here in my Folksy shop.
Thought it was time I made another so here he is.
Postage is set to first class signed for to cover RM insured price.
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