RococoDecorativeArt

ROCOCO DECORATIVE ART

59 Sales

RococoDecorativeArt

ROCOCO DECORATIVE ART

59 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Mugs,Beer Mugs,Painted Wine Glasses,Painted Glasses,Coffee Mugs,Nature Photography,Macro Photography.
Our Other Shops: SunBeamSigns,Burlap Monograms & CrucifixArt,Cross Necklaces

Here are our other Etsy Shops.

You are always welcome! And, for your convenience, they are open 24 / 7 :)

Rococo Decorative Art
Painted Glasses
Photo Prints: Nature & Macro Photography
http://www.etsy.com/shop/RococoDecorativeArt


Sun Beam Signs
Burlap Monograms, Burlap Prints, Burlap Art
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SunBeamSigns

Crucifix Art
Protestant & Catholic Crosses & Jewelry
http://www.etsy.com/shop/CrucifixArt

Sea Shell Projects
Sea Shell Decor & Sea Shell Supplies
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SeaShellProjects

Book Page Prints
Book Page Art, Dictionary Art, Book Page Prints, Dictionary Art Prints,
Art Prints on Antique Book Pages.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/BookPagePrints

Page Art
Antique Print Reproductions
http://www.etsy.com/shop/PageArt

Cork Monograms
Wine Cork Letters, Wine Cork Initials, Wine Cork Monograms
https://www.etsy.com/shop/CorkMonograms

Thank you for visiting.

God Bless,
Deb

Announcement

Mugs,Beer Mugs,Painted Wine Glasses,Painted Glasses,Coffee Mugs,Nature Photography,Macro Photography.
Our Other Shops: SunBeamSigns,Burlap Monograms & CrucifixArt,Cross Necklaces

Here are our other Etsy Shops.

You are always welcome! And, for your convenience, they are open 24 / 7 :)

Rococo Decorative Art
Painted Glasses
Photo Prints: Nature & Macro Photography
http://www.etsy.com/shop/RococoDecorativeArt


Sun Beam Signs
Burlap Monograms, Burlap Prints, Burlap Art
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SunBeamSigns

Crucifix Art
Protestant & Catholic Crosses & Jewelry
http://www.etsy.com/shop/CrucifixArt

Sea Shell Projects
Sea Shell Decor & Sea Shell Supplies
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SeaShellProjects

Book Page Prints
Book Page Art, Dictionary Art, Book Page Prints, Dictionary Art Prints,
Art Prints on Antique Book Pages.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/BookPagePrints

Page Art
Antique Print Reproductions
http://www.etsy.com/shop/PageArt

Cork Monograms
Wine Cork Letters, Wine Cork Initials, Wine Cork Monograms
https://www.etsy.com/shop/CorkMonograms

Thank you for visiting.

God Bless,
Deb

Deb and Jon

Contact shop owner

Deb and Jon

Shop policies

Last updated on February 18, 2014
ROCOCO DECORATIVE ART
Atlanta, GA Area

Hello, Thank you for visiting our site.

Please know that it takes about 10 days to produce painted glasses. And, they must sit for 3 weeks after being painted without being wet whatsoever. We put this notice in the shipment as well.
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Here are our other Etsy Shops.

You are always welcome! And, for your convenience, they are open 24 / 7 :)

Rococo Decorative Art
Painted Glasses
Photo Prints: Nature & Macro Photography
http://www.etsy.com/shop/RococoDecorativeArt


Sea Shell Projects
Sea Shell Decor & Sea Shell Supplies
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SeaShellProjects


Sun Beam Signs
Burlap Monograms, Burlap Prints, Burlap Art
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SunBeamSigns

Crucifix Art
Protestant & Catholic Crosses & Jewelry
http://www.etsy.com/shop/CrucifixArt

Book Page Prints
Book Page Art, Dictionary Art, Book Page Prints, Dictionary Art Prints,
Art Prints on Antique Book Pages.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/BookPagePrints

Page Art
Antique Print Reproductions
http://www.etsy.com/shop/PageArt

* EMAIL PROOFS:
Often times we do a proof and ask you to approve it, so please look for our email and get back to us as quickly as possible so that we can ship to you as soon as possible.


Thank you for visiting.

God Bless,
Deb



CUSTOM ORDERS

Just click on the "REQUEST CUSTOM ITEM" Link on the left Navigation Bar.You can even email us, and you might send your phone number if you would like to discuss your custom order.

During the creation process we will send photos to assure your satisfaction with the Custom Order. We are happy to speak with you on the phone, but, we do not text. So, please remember, if you have our phone number we do not text.

Accepted payment methods

Payment
Payment Policy

* We accept Paypal.

* Paypal seems to be the oldest and most trusted method of purchasing online.

* You don't have to have a Paypal account to purchase with Paypal as they can utilize your cards through their system. The shop owner never sees any of that financial information.

* Payment is due at the time of purchase and it is only done through Paypal.

* Here is Etsy's information on the way you can pay through paypal with a credit card even if you do not have a paypal account:

http://www.etsy.com/help/article/361?ref=help_search_result
Shipping
GLASS

* Glass Orders are usually in shipped in 1-2 weeks.

* PAINT MUST DRY FOR 3 WEEKS AFTER YOU RECEIVE IT.

* It must not be wet, washed, or used during that time. This is the length of time that the paint takes to completely oxidize and become permanently afixed to the glass. After 3 weeks of drying the paint is permanent.

* Glasses should be handwashed in gentle soapy water not the dishwasher where the drying may impact the paint colors.


* Photographs will usually ship within 1 week.

* Items are shipped with the U.S. Postal Service!

* We get a receipt for mail when we mail it.

* We notify you of arrival date.

* Once it leaves our hands we cannot be responsible for:
1. loss
2. damage
3. late arrival
4. damage by elements


RUSH ORDERS:
Please write us and we will let you know if it is possible.
Refunds and Exchanges
REFUNDS

* You may return your product for a refund within 2 days of receipt.

* In order to get a refund it needs to be in the same condition in which it arrived.

* It needs to be in the same packaging in which it arrived.

* Return postage is at buyer's expense.
Additional policies and FAQs
CARE OF GLASS ITEMS

The glass paint we use is made by PLAID. It is called Folk Art Enamel. It is non-toxic to hold and use, but it designed only for the outside of glassware. It should not come in contact with food.

It is reportedly dishwasher safe.

There are two ways the paint is made ready to use after the painting is completed, baking or air curing. Both methods will produce a final product that is equally hardened and adhered to the glass.

Baking can be done the day after painting is completed. But, baking causes color shifts as well as color bleeding. Baking can also produce chemical changes that cause noxious odors and potentially harmful chemicals to enter the oven and area where the baking is done. Those chemicals could adhere to the oven walls and be released the next time the oven is used. We do NOT cure with baking.

An equally hardened product can be produced with a little more time. Air drying or curing in 30 days works perfectly. The paint will oxidize after 30 days, automatically. It must not be wet or in extreme temperature changes during the 30 day period. We have tested this method and though we have tried to remove the paint with brillo pads, after it has cured for 30 days, we are unable to get it off of the glass after air curing. The paint can be easily washed off within the first few hours after it is painted. After the first day the paint must be soaked to be removed and after a week it is very difficult to remove. After three weeks it is all but impossible to remove. After a month only acetone will remove it.

The manufacturer states that air curing creates as hardened a surface as the baking method. We believe it.

And, prior to curing we top coat the glass painting with a glass paint that is transparent. The transparent glass paint is made by the same manufacturer and it is recommended as a top coat for added protection of the design. This is the hardest paint of all of the glass paints as it does not have the "dilution" of pigment added to it, making it even harder than the paints used in the design.

So, we clean the glass that is to be painted with alcohol, to remove oils, and then we paint it. We let that dry for a few days and then we top coat it with transparent paint. We then cure it and let it oxidize for 30 days to make the hardest paint surface possible.

Paint that comes off the glass may be because the artist washed the brush within a few days prior to the painting. Any water or any moisture in the brush will ruin the painting and cause the paint to lift or peel later. No water can be used on the brush for a few days prior to using the brush. The artist must have many, many brushes used exclusively for glass paint and they may not be reused for days after use.

We take great care to produce exceptional quality products that you can have and use for years. We are fanatical and obsessive about quality. Quality. Quality.

The Glass Paint Manufacturer states that the paint is top rack dishwasher safe, but we suggest hand washing in mild soap, and no soaking in the sink.

Most stemware is better protected from breakage if hand washed as well. Acetone, or nail polish remover, will usually lift it off of the glass after the paint has cured or oxidized.

The paint is adhered to the glass in a curing fashion, with oxidation. It is top coated, with a clear or unpigmented paint, to provide even more protection and to seal the paint in addition to the recommended curing process.

All of the paint is nontoxic and so deemed by the U.S. Government safety standards. It is only placed on the outside of glassware. We use Folk Art Enamel (Glass) Paint.