Bigger Things: Aspiring medium round fused glass bowl
Bigger Things Collection
One of my Bigger Things collection, made to order - I will produce a unique dish for you in this "Aspiring" style.
This one-of-a-kind art glass dish is made with a mix of coloured glass in greens, teals, blues, yellows, clear and white, using both transparent and opaque glass.
The geometric design is unique - it's a statement piece for your home - or a perfect wedding or housewarming gift.
The glass is 6mm thick (1/4inch) so it is heavy for it's size, and feels substantial.
It's spherical shape means it moves easily, catching the light at every turn.
Handmade in the UK in my Glass Studio in West Lancashire, it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity - signed by me, Linda Rossiter, so you can be sure that your piece is original.
I can arrange for delivery to almost every country in the world. Should your address not be accepted at checkout, please contact me and I will try to find a solution.
Every piece is securely packaged with a number of layers of bubble wrap to ensure that the glass arrives as it should, using recycled materials where possible.
Within the UK, it will be sent Royal Mail: 1st Class Signed For, or tracked courier.
International orders will be sent by tracked courier. The customer is responsible for any customs/taxes that may be charged in their country.
How it's made
MATERIALS: Fused glass
About this work
Care of your glass
Video - finished glass artwork
This bowl comes with a discrete clear acrylic stand so it can be displayed vertically on a shelf or windowsill
Have the bowl flat on a table to allow the light to reflect through it. Turn it in different ways to see how it best catches the light. A large bowl also make an impressive table centrepiece
During production - shared stories
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Certificate of Authenticity
Handmade in the UK in my Glass Studio in West Lancashire, my art glass comes with a Certificate of Authenticity - signed by me, Linda Rossiter, so you can be sure that your piece is an original work