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Stained Glass Panel "Heading to Shore" Sailboat

Art for your windows!

Love the lake? Love to sail? You'll love this stained glass piece!

A crystal clear sailboat is heading for shore as a storm cloud approaches.

The background clouds are a rough textured glass with colors of blues, mauves and enough clear glass areas to let the sun peek through.

The lake water glass is a transparent blue and white swirl color

The sailboat sails are a clear "swirled" glass, and the boat glass is a "bubbled" crystal clear glass.

I applied a a black patina to the sturdy zinc frame and the solder lines. The entire piece is polished to a shine.

This is made using the "Tiffany" method (copper foil method) All hand cut glass, each piece is wrapped in copper foil and then soldered together and framed for hanging.

The size is 15 1/2" x 10 1/2"

It comes with an attached chain and is ready to hang. (chain can be easily shortened if needed)

Please visit my Etsy website at hillcountryglass.etsy.com to see all of my pieces.

FREE SHIPPING to the lower 48 states via USPS parcel post, insured mail.

For other areas, or for faster shipping time, please contact me before you buy.

All of my stained glass pieces are very carefully wrapped to insure safe delivery.

Visit my Etsy store to see all of my work! Just click on "HillCountryGlass" under the word "Shop"

Thanks for looking!

Stained Glass Window Panel/Suncatcher "Heading to Shore" FREE SHIPPING

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stained glass, copper foil, solder, zinc frame, chain, polish, patina
  • Ships from Texas, United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 27 reviews
  • Favorited by: 12 people