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Winter Sledding Handcrafted Glass Ornament

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Finish: Multicolored

Winter Sledding Handcrafted Glass Ornament

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Product type Winter Sledding
Size 3Lx3.5Wx3H IN
Finish Multicolored
Material Mercury Glass
Length 3 IN
Width 3-1/2 IN
Height 3 IN
Number of pieces 1
Style Traditional
Color family Multicolored
Description
This handcrafted glass ornament collection has been inspired by Russian lacquered boxes from the world-famous village Fedoskino, where for almost 200 years, artists have been painting beautiful miniature lacquered paper-mache boxes inlaid with mother of pearl. After years of studying this technique, G. DeBrekht established an innovative form of painting in their exclusive G. DeBrekht glass ornaments.

This Winter Sledding glass ornament is created on handblown 1.5 mm thin glass, like in the old times. G. DeBrekht sprays silver powder inside the glass ball and then sandblasts this ball from the outside. They paint the miniatures with a combination of transparent and opaque paint with multi-layer painting techniques for the realistic, deep iridescent effect of the sun or moonlighting the landscape or beautiful. All sides of the ornament are beautifully decorated, accented with touches of gold, finished with a lovely satin ribbon, then placed in a luxurious satin-lined box. Every ornament is an original work of art sure to be cherished by you as it becomes a family tradition, treasured by future generations.
  • Dimensions: 3" L x 3.5" W x 3" H
  • Weight: 0.5 lbs
  • Finish: Multi-color
  • Handpainted
  • Made from handblown mercury glass
  • Indoor only
  • Comes with satin ribbon, and presented in a luxurious satin-lined box
  • Made in the USA
  • Designer: G. DeBrekht

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