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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: Glass
  • Favorited by: 5 people
  • Gift wrapping and message available
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From Palm Coast, FL
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Description

This is a handcrafted, fused glass night light. I personally make each night light in my Palm Coast, FL home studio. This night light is made using two layers of cut sheet glass and fusing them together in my large kiln.

In a second kiln firing, I fire the enamel decal onto the glass. All of my glass items are properly annealed in a digitally controlled kiln. This image is in soft tones reminiscent of a vintage drawing.

This nightlight will make a beautiful addition to any room! Get one for you and one for a friend. They are wonderful gifts for housewarming gifts, hostess gifts, teacher gift, baby showers or just because.

Bulb is included.



Glass face measures approximately - 3" x 2.5"

Total height approximately 4.5"

I will happily combine shipping for you, just contact me for the shipping price of multiple items.



What is Fused Glass?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fused and kiln-formed glass sculpture.
Fused glass is glass that has been fired (heat-processed) in a kiln at a range of high temperatures from 593 °C (1,099 °F) to 816 °C (1,501 °F). There are 3 main distinctions for temperature application and the resulting effect on the glass.

Firing in the lower ranges of these temperatures 593–677 °C (1,099–1,251 °F) is called slumping. Firing in the middle ranges of these temperatures 677–732 °C (1,251–1,350 °F) is considered "tack fusing". Firing the glass at the higher part of this range 732–816 °C (1,350–1,501 °F) is commonly described as a "full fuse".

All of these techniques can be applied to one glass work in separate firings to add depth, relief and shape.
This is a handcrafted, fused glass night light. I personally make each night light in my Palm Coast, FL home studio. This night light is made using two layers of cut sheet glass and fusing them together in my large kiln.

In a second kiln firing, I fire the enamel decal onto the glass. All of my glass items are properly annealed in a digitally controlled kiln. This image is in soft tones reminiscent of a vintage drawing.

This nightlight will make a beautiful addition to any room! Get one for you and one for a friend. They are wonderful gifts for housewarming gifts, hostess gifts, teacher gift, baby showers or just because.

Bulb is included.



Glass face measures approximately - 3" x 2.5"

Total height approximately 4.5"

I will happily combine shipping for you, just contact me for the shipping price of multiple items.



What is Fused Glass?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fused and kiln-formed glass sculpture.
Fused glass is glass that has been fired (heat-processed) in a kiln at a range of high temperatures from 593 °C (1,099 °F) to 816 °C (1,501 °F). There are 3 main distinctions for temperature application and the resulting effect on the glass.

Firing in the lower ranges of these temperatures 593–677 °C (1,099–1,251 °F) is called slumping. Firing in the middle ranges of these temperatures 677–732 °C (1,251–1,350 °F) is considered "tack fusing". Firing the glass at the higher part of this range 732–816 °C (1,350–1,501 °F) is commonly described as a "full fuse".

All of these techniques can be applied to one glass work in separate firings to add depth, relief and shape.

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I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale

Returns and exchange details

I accept returns within one week of receipt. It must be sent back in the same condition as sent. Buyer is responsible for the return shipping fees. Once item is returned I will refund, minus original shipping cost. I do not refund custom orders.

Shipping policies

In-stock orders are shipped within 1-3 business days of payment receipt.

Lost items, I use USPS with Tracking and I'm not responsible once the shipper has the item.
Stolen: I am not responsible for stolen items, especially if they have been listed as Delivered. Once delivered your local PD and Post office should be able to assist you.

Additional policies

Custom orders take 2-3 weeks. Please contact me for more details and specific requests.

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