Godyssey

Godyssey Glass

Wyoming, United States · 80 Sales

Godyssey

Godyssey Glass

Wyoming, United States 80 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(15)
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Leslie

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Announcement   Unique handcrafted fused glass adornments, home decor and gifts with a Western flair.
Handmade in Wyoming
Use coupon code WYO12 for an extra 15% off!

Announcement

Unique handcrafted fused glass adornments, home decor and gifts with a Western flair.
Handmade in Wyoming
Use coupon code WYO12 for an extra 15% off!

Leslie

Contact shop owner

Leslie

Faye Bolo Tie
US$55.00
Leather Feather Cowgirl Necklace
US$58.00
Ombre Cowgirl Necklace
US$70.00
Sparkly Black & Gold Glass Nail File
US$20.00
Cotton Candy Cowboy Post Earrings
US$28.00
Longer Cowboy Chain Necklace in Two-Tone
US$36.00
Red Cowboy Necklace
US$68.00
Cowboy Ring
US$35.00
Eos Bracelet
US$45.00
Katherine Earrings
US$25.00
Zoe Necklace
US$75.00
Neko Earrings
US$28.00
Jordan Necklace
US$42.00
Sparkly Orange Glass Nail File
US$20.00
Longer Cowboy Chain Necklace in Root Beer
US$36.00
Amber Cowboy Post Earrings
US$28.00
Cowboy Chevron Chain Necklace in Root Beer
US$55.00
Amber Cowboy Letter Opener
US$29.00
Amber D. Cowboy Necklace
US$65.00
Cowgirl Lasso Chain Necklace in Amber
US$38.00
Root Beer Wyo Necklace
US$40.00
Cowgirl Blues with Amber Chain Lasso Necklace
US$38.00
Olivia Bolo Tie
US$50.00
Maya Earrings
US$25.00
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5 out of 5 stars
(15)
jdkupdike

jdkupdike on May 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Fantastic! One of a kind item. Keep up the great work!

bholmes7

bholmes7 on Dec 22, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Perfect gift for the Cowgirl fan.

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About

Handmade in Wyoming

How did you start your shop? How does it all work?
I started beading in gradeschool making jewelry for myself and my mom. I would walk to the hobby shop and buy tubes of beads, string them and then set up a table on the sidewalk to try to sell them. I didn't have much luck, but that didn't stop me.
Sewing was my favorite class in high school, and I would stay up late fashioning an outfit to wear the next day.
Years later, I lived in Arizona and was inspired by the beadwork that I saw in stores. I bought a book and taught myself the basics. After a lot of trial and error, I started to sell my creations at local craft fairs and stores.
Then I saw a fused glass stone. I immediately wanted to pair it with my beadwork, and Godyssey Glass was born.
The name? My gorgeous daughter Shealyn was trying on my jewelry for some photos and the word godyssey came into my head. Goddess and Odyssey together--or a woman's journey. Well, this is mine. Enjoy.

Dichroic glass is glass containing multiple micro-layers of metals or oxides. The main characteristic of dichroic glass is that it has a particular transmitted color and a completely different reflected color, as wavelengths of light either pass through or are reflected. This causes an array of color to be displayed. The colors shift depending on the angle of view.
Dichroic glass dates back to at least the 4th century AD. More recently dichroic coated glass was used in the laser industry as a product of interference, filter technology and vacuum deposition. It is still used in laser and photographic applications, and in theatrical film projectors such as IMAX.
I use dichroic glass in my jewelry along with regular fused glass to give depth and interest to my stones. I layer the glass and fuse at about 1450 degrees.
At this temperature my square cut glass pieces spread and round—somewhat like baking cookies!
To make my cowboy stones, I use regular fusing glass and heat to 1450 degrees. Then I add the 22K cowboys and fuse a second time at about 1250 degrees. When the stones have cooled, I do all the wire-wrapping, gluing, soldering and beadwork myself to create a finished piece of jewelry. This makes every piece Handmade in Wyoming!

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  • Leslie Irving

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    My joy and therapy is creating unique pieces that bring compliments to the wearer. I enjoy every aspect of fabrication from design to fusing the glass to wire-wrapping and beading. Wyoming made, Wyoming proud.

Shop policies

Last updated on September 26, 2012
Every woman is a goddess who deserves to sparkle.
These unique, hand-crafted glass pieces bring compliments and lasting pleasure. Enjoy!

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Godyssey now accepts payments directly through Etsy
PayPal and credit cards are also accepted.
6% sales tax will be charged on Wyoming orders.
Shipping
Domestic orders will be shipped within 2-5 days via USPS First Class Mail unless otherwise specified.
International orders will be shipped within 2-5 days via USPS First Class Mail unless otherwise specified.

International customers are responsible for all fees, taxes, and duties associated with shipping to their respective countries.

All orders are packaged and shipped in a gift box and mailed in a padded envelope.

I do not offer tracking on my orders. If you would like to have your package tracked, please let me know ahead of purchase as there is an additional shipping fee. I do not currently offer any tracking on international orders.

If you need your item expedited, please let me know prior to purchasing. I will let you know if it is possible to get your item out sooner and there may be additional postage costs.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please let me know if items received are damaged or lost in the mail and I will be happy to replace them or work out a solution with you. If you are unsatisfied with any item, I will refund the full cost once the item has been returned to me in its original state.
Additional policies and FAQs
Custom orders are invited. My jewelry is guaranteed and your favorite piece may be repaired (stuff happens!) for a small fee and shipping.