Hummingbird Feeder #7919 with Wild Horse Charm on a Handcrafted Chain Number

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Hummingbird Feeder #7919 with Wild Horse Charm on a Handcrafted Chain Number

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$48.00

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Handmade

Materials

blown glass glass, ribbon cane bead, wire work, Borosilicate, Boro, silver wire work, wire weaving

This Hummingbird feeder would make a great gift and comes in a gift box and comes with information on how to make your own nectar.

We did a lot of research before designing our hummingbird feeders. One of our goals was to create a feeder that does not drip. We found the Hummingbirds tongue is 2 to 3” long, this allowed us to make a feeder the bird drinks from the top, preventing dripping.

Our blown glass Hummingbird Feeders are made using Borosilicate glass, this glass is strong, durable and designed to weather the outdoor elements. The detachable spout on the feeder makes it easy to fill.

I made the tree of life using copper and silver wire incorporating gemstones and glass beads.

Each one of our Hummingbird feeders are made one at a time and are a husband and wife collaboration, Bill blows the glass feeder and spout and Rae creates the handcrafted chain work the feeder hangs by.

From the top of the wire work loop to the bottom of the feeder vessel this measure about 9.5 inches long.
The vessel itself is about 3” in diameter and holds about 5 oz of nectar.

All of our glass is annealed in a kiln run by a digital ramping controller.

Thank you for your time and have a fun and wonderful day,
Rae Grout

More about us and our story:

Bill has been blowing glass since 1993. In 2002 Rae left the corporate world to be with Bill and pursue her artistic adventure blowing glass and so much more. Since 2016 Rae has been incorporating metal working, steampunk, dragons and other fantasy themes into the glass art. Together they live on a small farm that includes orchards, an extensive garden with a green house, Steampunk shop, Torch shop for torch work glass blowing, Bills Man Cave equipped with an electronics wing and the Brew house, along with the Sage Cottage Observatory for astrophotography and the vacation getaway Sage Cottage 406 itself where guests can join the journey in comfort and quiet. The location has wide open views overlooking the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, where together they spread love and harmony, sharing this fantastic journey called life.

For more information check out their YouTube channel: Bill & Rae Show
plus the Aspen Hot Glass website.
This Hummingbird feeder would make a great gift and comes in a gift box and comes with information on how to make your own nectar.

We did a lot of research before designing our hummingbird feeders. One of our goals was to create a feeder that does not drip. We found the Hummingbirds tongue is 2 to 3” long, this allowed us to make a feeder the bird drinks from the top, preventing dripping.

Our blown glass Hummingbird Feeders are made using Borosilicate glass, this glass is strong, durable and designed to weather the outdoor elements. The detachable spout on the feeder makes it easy to fill.

I made the tree of life using copper and silver wire incorporating gemstones and glass beads.

Each one of our Hummingbird feeders are made one at a time and are a husband and wife collaboration, Bill blows the glass feeder and spout and Rae creates the handcrafted chain work the feeder hangs by.

From the top of the wire work loop to the bottom of the feeder vessel this measure about 9.5 inches long.
The vessel itself is about 3” in diameter and holds about 5 oz of nectar.

All of our glass is annealed in a kiln run by a digital ramping controller.

Thank you for your time and have a fun and wonderful day,
Rae Grout

More about us and our story:

Bill has been blowing glass since 1993. In 2002 Rae left the corporate world to be with Bill and pursue her artistic adventure blowing glass and so much more. Since 2016 Rae has been incorporating metal working, steampunk, dragons and other fantasy themes into the glass art. Together they live on a small farm that includes orchards, an extensive garden with a green house, Steampunk shop, Torch shop for torch work glass blowing, Bills Man Cave equipped with an electronics wing and the Brew house, along with the Sage Cottage Observatory for astrophotography and the vacation getaway Sage Cottage 406 itself where guests can join the journey in comfort and quiet. The location has wide open views overlooking the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, where together they spread love and harmony, sharing this fantastic journey called life.

For more information check out their YouTube channel: Bill & Rae Show
plus the Aspen Hot Glass website.

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