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Custom Order - This panel is stunning in any window. Handcrafted stained glass panel incorporates clear glue chip bevelled glass as the Inukshuk. It is surrounded by a clear and white whispy glass which gives it an Arctic feel. The bottom glass is usually a grey to resemble rock. It is framed with a sturdy zinc channel for strength.
The estimated size is 12" wide by 16" long.
I love making it because it turns out beautiful every time.

"Inukshuk" is a stone figure built by the Inuit of Arctic Canada, Alaska and Greenland.
Inukshuk were place upon the landscape for different reasons. The Inuit used them as hunting and navigational aids, markers and message centres. Some Inukshuk-like figures had spiritual meaning.
There are different types of Inukshuk. The shape and size of the local material largely determine the looks of an Inukshuk.
Today the Inukshuk comes in many forms including glass.

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Stained Glass Inukshuk Panel - smaller version


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stained glass, bevelled glass, whispy, white, clear, solder, zinc channel, copper foil
  • Made to order
  • Ships from Canada to select countries.
  • Feedback: 10 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people