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This is a triangular stained glass lamp in a form of a fairy cottage with 3 windows. The house is made of transparent glass called "ice", it actually looks like crushed ice. The roof and bottom are made of a streaky turquoise glass and the windows are made of frosted pale yellow water glass. The back 2 sides are made of the same ice glass as the front of the cottage - very pretty so it does not have to be hidden.

The lamp base is approximately 6.5 inches wide, the width including roof overhangs is 8.5 inches, height is approximately 10 inches. It holds a single bulb (up to 40 watts) and has a white cord with a plug and a switch. The lamp was made using the copper foil or "Tiffany" style method - so no lead came was used. The seams are silver color.

I photographed this lamp in different lighting to better display the glass that I used. Glass can look very different under different lighting, color changes can be very drastic. I try to provide photos in various lighting conditions to give people better idea of what my pieces look like.

All my works are my original designs and are handmade - truly OOAK. I hold copyright to all the patterns unless otherwise stated. Please do not reproduce my designs without my permission. If you would like to use one of my patterns to make stained glass, please contact me.

Stained Glass Lamp Turquoise Ice Cottage Handmade OOAK

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: stained glass
  • Ships worldwide from Maryland, United States
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