nightsidestudios

from the dark recesses of a fevered imagination . . .

334 Sales

nightsidestudios

from the dark recesses of a fevered imagination . . .

334 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(160)

Announcement   PLEASE READ ALL OF THIS NOTE: We have hauled ourselves out of the caverns and grottoes and are currently at the Glass Craft Expo and International Society of Glass Beadmakers Gathering in Las Vegas.
As such, we will be unable to ship anything until we return on April 4th. We appreciate your patience on this.

BURGLARS PLEASE NOTE: Our above ground house and subterranean studios are being carefully occupied by a ferocious house sitter and her dog. They mean business, so you should take yours elsewhere. (hint: they're armed!)

We like glass. Hot glass, warm glass, cold glass working.
We enjoy making full glasses into half-filled glasses.
We wear glasses sometimes, too, but never to make a spectacle of ourselves. (Ok, that one was pretty bad, sorry.....)
But other stuff figures into the equation sometimes, too. It could be feathers, metal, thread, odd organic materials, flotsam...

(to see some of our other influences, far too numerous to list hereabouts, see our "Influences" section on our website page at:
http://www.nightsidestudios.com/About%20Artists%20Statement.htm )

You can probably locate our blahblahBlog (currently in a coma) from there, too, if you have a high tolerance for largely random musings, recipes and whatnot (we're expecting a new supply of bricabrac soon, but we'll just have to struggle along with just the big heap of whatnot until then...)

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 27, 2017

PLEASE READ ALL OF THIS NOTE: We have hauled ourselves out of the caverns and grottoes and are currently at the Glass Craft Expo and International Society of Glass Beadmakers Gathering in Las Vegas.
As such, we will be unable to ship anything until we return on April 4th. We appreciate your patience on this.

BURGLARS PLEASE NOTE: Our above ground house and subterranean studios are being carefully occupied by a ferocious house sitter and her dog. They mean business, so you should take yours elsewhere. (hint: they're armed!)

We like glass. Hot glass, warm glass, cold glass working.
We enjoy making full glasses into half-filled glasses.
We wear glasses sometimes, too, but never to make a spectacle of ourselves. (Ok, that one was pretty bad, sorry.....)
But other stuff figures into the equation sometimes, too. It could be feathers, metal, thread, odd organic materials, flotsam...

(to see some of our other influences, far too numerous to list hereabouts, see our "Influences" section on our website page at:
http://www.nightsidestudios.com/About%20Artists%20Statement.htm )

You can probably locate our blahblahBlog (currently in a coma) from there, too, if you have a high tolerance for largely random musings, recipes and whatnot (we're expecting a new supply of bricabrac soon, but we'll just have to struggle along with just the big heap of whatnot until then...)

Ralph McCaskey

Contact shop owner

Ralph McCaskey

Glass Eye Gumdrop style Beads Turquoise (10)
$20.00
Handmade Glass Eyes on Wires - Mystery Mix (10)
$20.00
Handmade Glass Eyes On Wires Gold Speckled (10)
$20.00
Glass Eye Gumdrop style Beads Brown (10)
$20.00
Trio of Slightly More Normal Glass Poppies
$18.00
Movie Goer's Emergency Kit (5)
$5.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(160)
Sandra Francour

Sandra Francour on May 25, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Love this sea urchin! Thanks for the drilled hole. Can't wait to make a necklace with it. And thanks for the extra "eyes" which I will use to make earrings.

Vicki

Vicki on Dec 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

These look so lovely in the small vase on my kitchen table. Thank you so much.

Nondi Bhaduri

Nondi Bhaduri on Oct 9, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Outstanding service and glass bees!!!! Will shop here again!

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About

In the dead of night, 3-1/2 stories beneath Downtown California, a flame burns brightly......

Well, that's when all the fun comes out to play (and we need to be there, too!)

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Shop policies

Last updated on January 11, 2016
We like glass. Hot glass, warm glass, cold glass working.
We enjoy making full glasses into half-filled glasses.
We wear glasses sometimes, too, but never to make a spectacle of ourselves. (Ok, that one was pretty bad, sorry.....)
But other stuff figures into the equation sometimes, too. It could be feathers, metal, thread, odd organic materials, flotsam...

(to see some of our other influences, far too numerous to list hereabouts, see our "Influences" section on our website page at:
home.comcast.net/~nightside99/Bead%20Site%202009/About%20Artists%20Statement.htm )

You can probably locate our blahblahBlog from there, too, if you have a high tolerance for largely random musings, recipes and whatnot (we're expecting a new supply of bricabrac soon, but we'll just have to struggle along with just the big heap of whatnot until then...)

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Payment
Any applicable sales tax is included in our listed price (now how often do ya hear that?)
Shipping
Shipping is via USPS First Class mail, within the United States of America. A shipping, packaging, handling, double-checking, triple-checking and envelope-licking charge will be calculated (considerably higher for international orders - hey, we're not happy about this either, but the rates just got horribly jacked up ) will apply to all orders. Really heavy, dense, enormous, massive, humongous orders will require additional postage, charged at a ridiculously low added cost. We will let you know before shipping if this applies, but it sure doesn't happen often. In fact, it hasn't happened yet, so don't sweat it.
Note: multiple orders can be combined for cheaper shipping. This could get a bit strange with multiple international orders, owing to the vastly different rates on packages vs. envelopes. Fear not, however, as we will make sure that whatever the combined shipping rate turns out to be is the lowest possible sum, despite whatever the automatically calculated rate is shown as.
Insurance is generally not necessary, but, if requested, will be added to the shipping price. (Fair Warning: this could add a day or two onto shipping, as our Express Marmot must wait in line at the Post Office to accomplish this.)
Refunds and Exchanges
If the items that you receive are not to your liking, please return them for a full refund or exchange. It's that simple. We would appreciate an email about it before you send them, however.