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The Kraken Hatchery

Limited Edition Glassware & Sculpture.
Each Kraken is sculpted individually, onto its glass, then hand painted and glossed.
The Glassware here are Recycled and/or Found, they are limited and in many instances the only ones.
Each little Kraken is individually sculpted using a very durable material.
((((NOT Polymer Clay)))).

Note: This material is firmly attached to the glassware.
You would have to break the bottle to remove the Kraken,
and having dropped mine a time or two, this has proven to be difficult.
The sculpture actually protected the glassware.
Then the Kraken gets its base coat and is hand-painted
with acrylic paints and gloss finished.

Each one takes up to 2 weeks to complete,
and no two are the same.
Then the Krakens are ready for their photo shoot.
They are cleaned and sanitized, corked, packaged, and ready for shipping.

"The Golden Basalt Kraken"

The Kraken Hatchling, has once again escaped from its
Classic hexagonal bottomed, steam punk laboratory style Bottle.
This slithery little Kraken, is the perfect guardian for any pirate's rum!

I use mine for honey, when its not in use as a night light.
(the Glamorpus Night Light Kit, is sold separately).
They also look nice on your Tiki Bar or Captain's Table.

The Eyes are Haematite.
The hexagonal bottomed bottle is recycled.

Size: 18 ounce capacity, 7 inches tall by 3 1/2 inches wide.
Weight: dry weight is 1 lbs. 5 oz.
Color: Black, Gold & Haematite

Kraken Flasks are sold without any contents.
(Contents and LED base, are sold separately in the Glamorpus Kit)

Kraken Care:
Hand wash gently with warm soapy water (do not scrub painted surfaces).
Rinse & pat away excess water with a cloth, air dry.
Do not allow to soak. Not recommended for dish washing machines.
If your spirits are spilled onto painted surfaces,
rinse and pat away excess water with a cloth, air dry.
Do not allow mouth contact on painted surfaces.

Kraken Lore:

In a time when the gods still walked the earth, a child was born to Tethys and Poseidon. This was the Kraken - guardian of all the world's oceans and terror to all who travelled upon them.

The Kraken was once mated to his half-sister after Zeus' anger had changed her into a monster in the form of a whirlpool with a gaping maw of teeth. Her name was Kharybdis, a beautiful naiad and daughter of Gæa and Poseidon.

Kharybdis, would be forever carrying his offspring within. She releases her brood at the height of each full moon. Casting them forth onto all the world's oceans, and giving rise to the legend and lore among early mariners.

These mysterious hatchlings inhabit the deep oceanic trenches and perpetually turbulent waters of the world. Thankfully, they are born without the ability to breed and take centuries to mature into smaller versions of their father. On the longest of years, Mother Kharbydis has daughters (who take after her).

The legends tell us that they are fearsome and appear with little warning out of the deep, voraciously devouring the most seaworthy vessels with ease. Occasionally leaving a rare survivor to tell the tale.

Intelligent and swift, the captured broodlings are born escape artists. No one knows for sure what becomes of the corks after these little devils wiggle their way out, but it has been speculated that they "chew" their way through the corks. Thereby leaving none to be found,... could they be teething?

By Elstwhen

Domestic Shipping:
Insurance and Delivery Conformation included, USPS Priority Mail.

International Shipping:
Insurance and Delivery Conformation is available with International Express Mail from USPS.

The Golden Basalt Kraken