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Never lose your loved ones again! These ring stands are sure to keep your finger treasures from falling off the bed stand, or slipping down the sink drain. These have been my best seller for over 15 years. They are an original and copyrighted design.

You are viewing a beautiful, one-of-a-kind glass heart ring holder by glass artist Rebecca Zhukov. These ring holders each come with a business and bio card plus a complimentary white gift box. These make great presents year-round and have proven to be one of my "best sellers". Some choice gift holidays have included Christmas, Hannukah, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Teachers Gifts, Corporate Gifts, Secretary's Day, Sweet Sixteens and more!

This heart is approx. 3 inches in diameter with a 2-3 inch stem and weighs about 1 lb.

Custom engraving on the bottom of the heart is free if you would like me to add a personal sentiment on the piece itself.

*Description card included!*

Small bubbles and inclusions are natural to the process of hand blown glass, and should not be considered flaws.
My work is currently sold in galleries, gift stores, and craft guilds across the country. A few famous folks own my work such as Cyndi Lauper, and the guitarist from the band Simply Red. During the Clinton administration, I was asked to make a special ornament during the holidays which became a permanent collection of the White House. I have also been commissioned by NYC famous architect/ designer David Rockwell. I received a BFA from Alfred University's NYS College of Ceramics in 1990. I originally enrolled to persue ceramics, but fell in love with the mysteries of glass my sophomore year. I have been blowing glass ever since! After selling my studio and gallery in Woodstock, New York, I am now residing in Providence, Rhode Island and working and teaching out of the Worcester Center for Crafts