Stained glass suncatchers, jewelry, panels, and gifts.

Chepachet, Rhode Island · 1846 Sales


Stained glass suncatchers, jewelry, panels, and gifts.

Chepachet, Rhode Island 1846 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Nancy Ratte'

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Nancy Ratte'

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Just need to polish these flower terrarium suncatchers and tie a ribbon on each. They’ll be available for purchase soon.
Foiling wings for a little angel. These angels are designed to hang from your rear view mirror.
Gathering wild flowers today. Once they dry and are in my flower press for a week I can make more of my popular pressed flower suncatchers.
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My fascination.......

I have always been fascinated by the beauty and functionality of stained glass. I started taking a few classes, 18 years ago, making small suncatchers and night lights. Soon I was creating panels for my family, friends and my home.

I now have a fully stocked studio in my home where I spend many hours creating custom orders and products to sell here on Etsy and for brick and mortar shops in my area.

I create everything you see in my Etsy shop by myself. I design many of the patterns, take my own photos, do the required computer work, promoting, and packaging. And I love the whole process.

Stained glass art pieces make wonderful gifts that can last a lifetime.

I am very excited to have been featured in Glass Patterns magazine, Apartment Therapy Blog, I {heart} Rhody, Delphi Stained Glass Catalog, and Brit + Co. Blog.


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Last updated on Dec 14, 2017
Frequently asked questions

How do I care for stained glass suncatchers, panels, and jewelry?

Never use harsh chemicals, or ammonia based glass cleaners.
Do not expose to water.
A simple light dusting with a soft cloth will keep your treasure looking like new.
You can use Pledge or a stained glass wax, once a year, (Sprayway Glass Cleaner is recommended). Simply spray the cleaner on a soft cloth and gently rub into the solder seams and glass. Buff lightly with a soft dry cloth.