The Shard Gallery - Unique Glass Art by Whitney Scott

150 Sales


The Shard Gallery - Unique Glass Art by Whitney Scott

150 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Anonymous on May 13, 2009

5 out of 5 stars

This was amazing...loved the colors throughout this focal.

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Shop policies

Last updated on March 11, 2011
All of my glass creations are handmade by me, in my studio in Lowell, Michigan. I inspect each piece for cracks or structural flaws and will not sell something I think may break. However, these are GLASS beads and they do break from time to time. Please use caution around children.

My hot glass art is ALWAYS properly annealed in a digitally controlled kiln to ensure strength and durability

I use Italian Effetre (Moretti), American Double Helix, Vetrofond, ASK104, German Lauscha and CiM glass on a 3/32" (2mm) mandrel. I always use a Dremel tool to thoroughly remove any excess bead release.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
I currently accept PAYPAL ONLY!!! Payment must be received within three days of the sale or the sale will be terminated.
I will consolidate shipping on multiple orders at no extra charge. Items will be carefully packaged in a decorative gift box and shipped in a padded envelope or small box within three business days of payment. I use delivery confirmation on all packages mailed within the United States.

If for some reason your item gets lost in the mail. I will issue a refund after 60 days.
Refunds and Exchanges
If, for any reason, you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you can return the item within two weeks and receive a full refund. (you pay shipping and handling costs)
Additional policies and FAQs
Beads will appear much larger than actual size on your monitor. Please refer to the ruler image to gauge the actual size.

I do my best to represent the beads as accurately as possible. However, computer displays very greatly from one computer to another. The beads are photographed using studio lighting in order to simulate daylight conditions. This is done to show the true colors of the beads. The beads may appear slightly lighter or darker under different lighting conditions.