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Announcement    I am curretnly doing a little re-organizing. Check back in early October for fused glass ornaments, Lampworked Jewelry, Handwoven Scarves - all with a touch of Bohemian flare! 2020 has changed how I do business! Art Shows are not an option so hang tight while I figure out this online stuff and get my items listed :-)
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Last updated on Sep 15, 2021

I am curretnly doing a little re-organizing. Check back in early October for fused glass ornaments, Lampworked Jewelry, Handwoven Scarves - all with a touch of Bohemian flare! 2020 has changed how I do business! Art Shows are not an option so hang tight while I figure out this online stuff and get my items listed :-)
Art-Scale your wearables or style. Use the category links at left for easy shopping.

New to Etsy? This will help!


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Deborah Pym Harowitz

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Deborah Pym Harowitz


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About SeaAirArts

Sales 150
On Etsy since 2009

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My first love is wearables, both clothing and jewelry. My ability to find great buttons for my artsy clothing was a serious issue for me. In my quest to that end - DH, who plays with glass and fire, was my go-to guy for fused glass buttons. He eventually convinced me that I could learn to make them myself (no doubt, in self-defense). He patiently taught me the finer points of COE, ramping schedules, and bubble soaks. He even bought me my first programmable kiln for Christmas that year. I dipped in my toe and became hopelessly hooked. Pulling glass from a kiln is as much of an adventure as pulling yarn from a dye pot. Awesome!

Then I learned to lampwork. This is true alchemy, my friends! And, I get to play with a torch and fire. You can't get better than that.

I am a maker through and through. I dabble in a variety of mediums but I have narrowed my offering down to the things that I love most; melting glass (with a kiln or a torch), banging on metal (jewelry making) and weaving (my form of meditation) - but one country house can only hold so much - hence Etsy.

Mostly, I'm just mad about making. I firmly believe that if someone creates unique wearables, it deserves unique art buttons. A suit for the boardroom needs a touch of subtly Bohemian jewelry. A night at a gallery opening requires a special handwoven scarf.
Most of my designs are limited editions or one-of-a-kind but, I do have some series. Since I use artisan glass that is hand made in the US, it's availability can be a bit in flux.

I try to use local materials made in the United States as much as possible. A native of Seattle, I have lived in several states (from Alaska to Virginia, currently in Michigan) so, local to me is the whole country! I use glass made in Oregon (Bullseye and Uroboros), West Virginia (Wissmach), Virginia (Double Helix), and Michigan (Royal). I use professional kilns with programmable firing modules to control the fusing and annealing process. Beads and glass items made in the torch are also annealed properly in these same kilns. The vital step of annealing ensures that even though these items are made of glass, they are reasonably durable and should last for years of use. That said, they are glass. A sudden shock or striking them sharply on a hard surface in just the right place will probably result in a break. Since I cannot duplicate most of my designs, treat them with care and respect as a replacement is often challenging. I happily guarantee against backs falling off buttons, chain links breaking, and anything arriving damaged. Just let me know if you have a problem with anything and I will get it taken care of.

Each button, even those that are repeatable (to some degree) or made in sets, are individually hand made. Without molds or big machines (aside from my trusty band saw and grinder), so there will be differences in shape, size, or even color (glass has dye lots - who knew?!). I work to keep sets as consistent as possible but hand made is what it is! No button goes out that I would not use myself, I care about quality in what I use and what I make. I want my buttons and their owners to be happy! :-) Every item is guaranteed.

Most of my jewelry is made of Sterling Silver, Pure Silver, or Copper (recycled when I can get it). It almost always contains lampworked beads - made by me. If I couldn't resist using a bead by another glass artist I will state so in the item description.

My handwoven scarves are truly a work of joy. From the designing, warping, threading, weaving, hemstitching, fringing... to the finishing. My looms are my babies and my solace. Each item I weave is an act of love. for news of local (to SE Michigan) shows that I can be found at (well, not now (pandemic), but hopefully again. Someday).

And because I just can't help myself, I occasionally publish a knitting pattern. You can find those at my other shop

Revel in Color!
Deb H

Shop members

  • Deborah P Harowitz

    Owner, Designer

    I am Deborah Pym Harowitz and I play with fire. Also, glass, yarn, fabric, beads, metal... You get the idea. I can be found in any of my 3 home studios or at;

  • Jack Harowitz


    My wonderful hubby who serves as slave labor; cutting glass, gluing backs, fixing equipment, & building workbenches. My "Jack of all skills" who also makes lampworked beads and silver jewelry in his rare spare time. (Graphic -

  • Ashland Pym


    Daughter, Creative Consultant, and VA. When she's not writing novels she's helping oversee the shop and the website. For more about Dr. Pym go to

Shop policies

Last updated on September 24, 2020
Welcome to my "Shop Policies".
Please read the entire section through carefully before placing your order. Adherence to the posted policies will help keep the costs of items down.

Deb H

Accepted payment methods

Paypal Mastercard Visa American Express Discover Apple Pay Klarna Giftcard
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 21 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Items on sale
Returns and exchange details
Returns are Cheerfully allowed for
- a defect in workmanship
- if we ship the wrong item
- if you feel an item is not as it was represented to be in our Etsy Shop
- or if you just truly hate it.
We will work with you to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.

Please make sure your color choices are what you want and the item is truly to your liking before ordering. Shipping (when charged) is only refundable if there is an item defect, shipping of the wrong item, or misrepresentation of item.

Every effort will be made to pack items carefully. Should an item be damaged in shipping contact me immediately, we will work together with the Post Office for resolution. If the order is insured, this will be easier and I will help all I can from my end. Upon resolution, I will replace it with a similar item in type and cost or issue a refund depending on the situation. Be aware that many of my hand made items are "one of a kind" and cannot be duplicated. On the upside; in all the fifteen years I have had online businesses (A Scattered Creative, Scarlet Zebra Fiber Art Supplies), I've only once had a package damaged or lost in the mail. Knock on wood. :o)
All payments go through Etsy Direct Checkout.

It is exceedingly easy and secure and built into the Etsy platform. It will allow you to use your credit card, PayPal or ApplePay.

The benefit of this system is that Etsy has been around for years and is very reliable and secure. Also, I (or any other merchant who uses them) will never have access to your credit card information or number, keeping you even safer.

Etsy Checkout is free to the buyer, any fees charged for transactions are paid by the seller (except if paying in a non-USA currency, there is a small conversion fee paid by the buyer).
Non-USA buyers are responsible for all Customs & Duty Fees.
All items listed in my shop are made and ready to ship. Shipping and order processing takes 1 to 4 days, depending on my day-job schedule, or if it falls on a weekend. I usually ship early on Tuesdays and fridays on my way to the day job. If your order is in by 5 pm (ET) on Monday and Thursday, it should go out then. If you need it sent out sooner, put it in the notes section of your order and I'll try my best. You can also opt for the upgraded shipping if in a real hurry.
For special orders/requests please contact me via Etsy Convo or send an e-mail to admin.e [!at]

I charge a flat fee for shipping of items to the continental US, for orders under $35.00 and Free Shipping on orders over $35.00. I like things simple. ;-)
Shipping is US 1st Class or Priority Mail. It allows me to track the package and the delivery times are reliably quick. International shipping is calculated at a guess, you can message/e-mail me for a more precise quote. Orders to Ireland will go through AddressPal and AnPost (it's cheaper). Nothing will be shipped until all payments are received.
I will ship to all US holdings as well as Canada, Ireland, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. Other locations will be considered on an individual basis.
Additional policies and FAQs
I'm not disciplined enough to do commissions as a rule. However, if you like a certain button but need more of them, or want it in another color - lets talk!

I have recently done some buttons to match handwoven fabric for local artists - they have turned out well and I'm willing to try. Let me know if you are interested in having a go!