Iridescent Amber Yellow and Clear Glass Suncatcher with Copper Wrapped Marble Prisms and Amber Glass Butterflies


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copper wire, glass marble, glass orb, glass sphere, hardwood ring, glass butterfly

This sparkling suncatcher begins with 48 iridescent amber yellow and clear glass marbles, each individually hand wrapped in solid copper wire with a baked on enamel finish (to retard oxidation). It is accented with a cascade of 16 amber yellow glass butterflies that float in a spiral from top to bottom. Beautiful indoors or out, the marbles shimmer like dewdrops on a spring morning!

Plus, Copper is the traditional gift for the seventh anniversary.

Overall width of this piece is 2.5" and the length is 24" from the top of it's copper hook to the tip of it's bottom marble.

This suncatcher is ready to ship and will be mailed Priority Mail within one business day of payment.

All of our items are handmade in a non-smoking, pet friendly home.

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Eaton Rapids, Michigan

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Yes, I do combine orders whenever possible. If you want an exact estimate of a combined shipping cost, please give me your zip code and let me know which items. I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
All of the items that I have listed are ready to go so your purchase will ship within one business day (and, quite often, the same day).
Most certainly! Just let me know what color marble(s) and/or
stone(s) tickle your fancy and I'll try my best to meet your needs.
Just let me know in the "Note to seller" section and I'll add a note to your gift (I've become fairly proficient with Print Shop!). Gift wrapping can be a little trickier but if you'd like a little spiffier presentation, I'll give it my best shot.
the term "free shipping" is a misnomer; somebody has to pay for it. As I price my items to allow for a modest profit, I can't afford to absorb the shipping. I also don't want to raise my prices to cover shipping expenses which would give an artificial "free shipping". Plus, when offering free shipping, it negates the price reduction that normally comes with multiple purchases combined into one package. Rest assured that I only charge my customers what the USPS charges me and that I will refund overages. In my experience, this is the fairest and most transparent method for calculating shipping costs.
While etsy's messaging system makes it look as though I monitor "chat" 24/7, sadly, I do not. However, I will respond as quickly as possible...possibly right away or it may be a few hours, depending on where I am and what I'm doing.


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