TotallyBlownGlass

Blown Fine Art Glass Gifts Hand Made in Seattle

Seattle, Washington · 695 Sales

TotallyBlownGlass

Blown Fine Art Glass Gifts Hand Made in Seattle

Seattle, Washington 695 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   I am back in the studio filling your orders!!! Our ship dates are back to normal. Most items are shipped within 4 business days. Take a look at my shop and ask me any questions. It is going to be a great summer and I hope to have my drinking glasses posted soon for patio time.

We have unique blown glass sun catchers, ornaments, floats, cups, candle holders, vases, and more!

Our glass is all hand-blown fine art made by Dehanna Jones, at Totally Blown Glassworks. Find out more at http://www.DehannaJones.com. Each piece is unique, because each piece is made in house at my Seattle studio.

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Last updated on Aug 24, 2016

I am back in the studio filling your orders!!! Our ship dates are back to normal. Most items are shipped within 4 business days. Take a look at my shop and ask me any questions. It is going to be a great summer and I hope to have my drinking glasses posted soon for patio time.

We have unique blown glass sun catchers, ornaments, floats, cups, candle holders, vases, and more!

Our glass is all hand-blown fine art made by Dehanna Jones, at Totally Blown Glassworks. Find out more at http://www.DehannaJones.com. Each piece is unique, because each piece is made in house at my Seattle studio.

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Updates

We are at the Seattle Flower and Garden Show today till 6pm. Last day!!! Booth 1118.
We are still shipping last orders to receive them by Christmas. Tomorrow is the cut off day.
Best of the Northwest Arts & Fine Crafts Show. October 23-25th 2015. Booth C-8. Magnuson Park Hangar 30.

About

For the love of glass

Totally Blown Glassworks is the hottest glass studio in Seattle.

We make all our work in house. Find more information on our upcoming events at www.dehannajones.com/events

A Seattle native, Dehanna Jones, fell in love with working with molten glass in 1987 while pursuing her major. She received her BFA in Ceramics and BA from the University of Washington in 1992. After graduation she joined the staff at the Pratt Fine Arts Center and the Pilchuck Glass School as both instructor and studio technician.

Dehanna describes herself as a “glass minimalist.” While her designs are quite elaborate, she prefers to use the simple techniques of the ancient art form to create her elegant works of art. In addition to the traditional techniques of glass blowing, she incorporates technical elements of hot glass sculpting and casting in her predominately blown forms.

In 1997 she built and opened her own hot glass studio “Totally Blown Glassworks., Inc”. Blown glass is still the focus of her designs, but she has kept her hands in glass casting by working with architects, designers and artists as a consultant and fabricator of glass elements for larger installations. Glass is a complex material. Unlike other media’s, it can be transformed to look like stone, wood, clay, and metal. It has endless chameleon like possibilities. It is the only material that is truly transparent.

Examples of her beautiful vases, bowls, votives, and floats can be seen on Etsy and at www.Dehannajones.com

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  • Dehanna Jones

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    A Seattle native and UW graduate, Dehanna also studied glass blowing at the Pratt Fine Arts Center. She received her BFA in ceramics and BA in Art in 1992 from the University of Washington. In 1997 the glass studio Totally Blown Glassworks opened.

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Last updated on May 10, 2016
Totally Blown Glassworks is located in Seattle, Washington and opened it doors in 1997.

Built by Dehanna Jones, Totally Blown Glassworks is located in the heart of Georgetown on the corner of Airport Way S and Corson Ave S. in Seattle, WA. We make all our work in house and each piece is unique.

Find more information on upcoming events at www.totallyblownglass.com/events or stay in touch through Facebook at www.facebook.com/totallyblownglass.

Our Etsy stock is all hand blown by Dehanna Jones.

From Dehanna:

“I’m a Glass Minimalist. This term is not descriptive of the work itself as many of my designs are quite ornate; rather, it defines the process. Glassblowing is an ancient art form. The tools and techniques available to the modern glass worker vary little from those used by previous generations. I believe too many glassblowers rely on traditional, complicated techniques to define their work. My belief is that the concepts should be of more importance than the techniques that created them. The years involved in learning the skills to master blown glass is a life long commitment, finding the balance between design and perfecting the process is the constant challenge.

One of my first challenges I encountered in glass working was requiring that I work as part of a team. The communication between the designer, blowers, and assistants is crucial for a piece to reach final form while retaining the integrity of its original concept. Although, I do design my own lines of finely crafted vases and bowls, I am also excited to assist other artists and architects in the fabrication of glass elements for larger sculptures, installations, and homes. Overcoming the challenges of translating designs outside my own work into glass has kept me thinking about glass as more than just a vase or bowl, but as a versatile building material that transmits and reflects light.

Glass can be disguised to look like other materials, but not many other materials can look like glass. I think of glass as a lens to the subconscious. I endeavor to create objects that stimulate the optic nerves of the brain and uses color as a mood-enhancer. It’s a simple concept; minimalism.”

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We accept payment via Paypal in USD only. Payment must be made at the time of order or the item will continue to be available for purchase. Payment must be made in full for us to ship your item.

We operate on a DDU basis (Delivered Duty Unpaid), therefore recipients outside the US will be responsible for import duties, clearance fees, brokerage fees or any additional costs incurred in exporting the items.

We do have to collect sales tax to the state of Washington. Please let us know if you've been charged sales tax for a drop shipment, or if your tax rate is less than 9.6%.
Shipping
I am out of the studio for the next 3 weeks. I have adjusted my ship times to reflect this. I hope to be back the first week of June 2016 shipping your orders. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Normally, l do my best ship your item within approximately 4-5 business days. Please note, during the holidays, and during the summer months there may be more of a lag-time getting your packages out, as we are often traveling and have a large volume of orders. Orders placed after 4pm PST may take an extra day to leave our facilities, considering our business hours and those of our local postal facility. Usually we ship on Wednesday's, excluding major holidays (and New Year's Eve).

We realize shipping becomes rather costly after the first few items, and in certain cases we may refund a portion of the shipping fees for larger orders (shipments of 4 or more). However, your shipping cost includes handling as well as packing materials. Please contact us with any questions or concerns regarding shipping costs.

Unfortunately at this time, we don't ship outside the US.

PLEASE NOTE: Should you require expedited shipping, or if your item is a gift please add that to the notes at the time of order, so that we are able to process your items on-time. This is especially relevant around holidays where postal services may be slow. We are not responsible for items that do not arrive within a set time frame, if there was no notification from the buyer that the items needed to be expedited. Payment must be made in full for us to ship your item. That includes any extra fees for shipping. We will not ship unless your item is paid in full.

We generally ship USPS First Class or Parcel Post for all items (delivery time is between 5-9 days, after the item leaves our facility). We're willing to ship items priority if you let us know at the time of order. Customers are responsible for any additional shipping costs incurred for expedited shipments or shipments placed with shipping companies other than USPS.

Our shipping charges include insurance and Signature Confirmation so we know you've received your items, boxes and packing materials as necessary. We have a standard weight for each item so shipping costs are calculated based on that weight; we take all our items to the post to have them weighed on shipment. If you're dissatisfied with our shipping costs, or would like to request a cheaper method of shipping please let us know. We'd be happy to work towards a mutually agreeable resolution.

We try to group items into as few shipments as we can. We reuse/recycle as much of our shipping materials as possible and we look for the most environmentally and economically friendly way to ship. Ornaments are wrapped in tissue paper and bubble wrap (so as not to break the stems) before shipping.

Please make sure your shipping addresses match between Etsy and Paypal. We will ship to your Paypal address ONLY.
Refunds and Exchanges
We do not accept returns or exchanges via Etsy - we do our best to document the glass we have on hand. If you are in the Seattle area, you can come down to the hot shop and exchange UN-USED pieces only.

Etsy buyers are responsible for postage on Returns or Exchanges.

Exchanges must be made within the year etched on the item. If your item doesn't have a year etching, your purchase date will suffice.

Please be aware that every piece is hand-blown glass and subject to differences in color and minor impurities. We attempt to ship only the best of what we have to offer. We don't offer seconds on Etsy.

Totally Blown Glassworks strives for perfection, but tool marks, small bubbles, color variations and striations are all indicative of handblown glass. Because of the handcraft process, there may be slight variations in size, shape and weight.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please feel free to contact us for gifts, and multiple item orders! We generally do not do custom colors - however if you see something else in our stock, in a color you like, please let us know. We can attempt to find you something in our stock that fits your needs. We have a variety of color options available. If you need items drop shipped please make a note while placing your order.