Fused Glass Jewelry, Plates, Decor & Art Glass Gifts

Roswell, Georgia

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Note from shop owner Thank you for your visit. I'm taking a short break and my shop will re-open around 3/20/2021.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Feb 22, 2021

Thank you for your visit. I'm taking a short break and my shop will re-open around 3/20/2021.

Kellie Resetar

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Kellie Resetar


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About ResetarGlassArt

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On Etsy since 2014

Creator of fun and affordable fused glass art for you and your home. Featuring handcrafted jewelry, plates and home decor.

Welcome to my Resetar Glass Art store! I am a fused glass artist and I love all things glass. I've been creating kiln formed art for over 15 years and each piece that I make is hand cut, fired in a kiln and properly annealed to ensure it will last for many years to come. I sell the majority of my work online and through art festivals in the greater Atlanta area.

My studio is located just outside of Atlanta in Roswell, Georgia USA. I am originally from Nebraska but after living in Georgia for almost 30 years, I now consider myself a Southerner. I live here with my husband, Rob, who is originally from New Jersey and arrived here by way of Nevada so together we make quite a good cross section of America.

My glass fusing passion began, as I'm sure it does for many, with my simple attraction to the beauty of glass - the colors, the sparkle, its translucent nature. I'm such a glass geek that I find it relaxing to lay out sheets of glass and just stare at them, imagining what they could become. My prior life was in "techie" positions in corporate America so after learning that glass fusing also requires much technical knowledge and detail, it became more than just a passing hobby. It was a perfect fit for me because it combined the best of both - technical detail plus creating beautiful art - and my glass business began!

I hope you enjoy looking at my creations. If you are interested in understanding more details about the fused glass process, please check out my pictures at the bottom of this page which show some of the basic steps in making a fused glass plate.

Thank you for your visit and for your interest in art that is handmade in America.

All the Best,

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Last updated on Apr 19, 2020
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Pictures do not represent the actual size of an item. Please review the measurements posted in the item description for actual sizes.


Pictures represent the color of items as accurately as possible on my monitor but may look slightly different on yours.


Etsy displays accurate Estimated Delivery Time on each item in my shop. Usually I ship within 1 business day of receiving your order but sometimes it is longer due to backlogs or travel but I always update the Estimated Delivery Time so that it is accurate.

Within 1 business day of placing your order, you will receive a confirmation that your order was received and the expected ship date. Once your order has shipped, you will receive a notification with the tracking information.

Small items such as jewelry usually ship by USPS 1st class mail. Larger items will ship by other methods depending on size and location of your order.


Receive a coupon for 10% off your first order by joining my VIP email list at By joining, you will recieve periodic emails with product updates and subscriber only discounts. I will never sell or use your contact information for other purposes.

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I re-use shipping boxes and packing materials whenever I can! I have a small enough volume that I can usually collect clean, re-usable materials from friends & neighbors to use in shipping my products. I find this to be the most eco-friendly method of all - even though sometimes its means I'm shipping in a box with another company's logo on it!

For packing materials that I do need to purchase, I'm constantly looking for more ethical options and am moving towards recycled materials.


I offer a no-hassle return policy. For any reason, you may return an item if you notify me within 15 days and return it within 30 days. You can purchase your own return shipping or I can send you a label and deduct the return shipping from your refund (that way I can pass on my shipping discount to you and save you time at the Post Office!). If the return is due to a mistake that I made, I will cover the return shipping cost.


I'm happy to cancel an order (except for custom orders) with a full refund as long as you contact me before I've shipped your item. I frequently ship on the same or next day so contact me immediately after order placement if you need to cancel. You can contact me at If I've already shipped your order, you will need to wait until you receive the order and then process it as a return.


If you have other questions, please contact me at


At checkout, you can choose whether to ship via a faster shipping method. The Estimated Delivery Date will be shown based on the shipping method that you choose.

If you need it shipped out faster than the stated processing time, please contact me prior to placing your order to see if a faster method is available.


Fused glass (sometimes called kilnformed glass) is the joining together of pieces of glass at high temperature usually in a kiln at temperatures from around 1,100 to 1,550 degrees farenheit . The temperature used during firing determines the result and can range from tack fusing at lower temperatures, in which separate pieces of glass stick together but still retain their individual shapes, to full fusing at higher ones, in which separate pieces merge smoothly into one another. Unlike stained glass, fused glass has no “lead lines” as the individual pieces of glass are permanently fused together.

I personally handmake all items that are listed in my shop.