Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Decorate Your Home This Spring With Colorful Art Glass Vases

Spring is finally here. This is the time of year for deep spring cleaning, reorganizing and redecorating. Its also a perfect time to add some color to your home decor. A great way to do this is with some amazing, colorful hand blown art glass vases. Hand blown art glass is a fast growing hobby for people who are learning to make it and for those who love to collect it. Adding some fresh cut flowers to one of these beautiful vases brings a sense of nature indoors with a stunning display of color and the fresh, sweet aroma of spring!

This astonishing hand blown glass art vase is a soft spring blue with yellow and red divine flowers. The shape of this vase is classic with a great round opening for your favorite flowers. Looks great at the office or in your home to add color and a fantastic look to the room. Makes a wonderful gift for friends and loved ones. This vase is a fantastic collection item. This elegantly handcrafted art glass vase measures approximately 10" tall x 6.5" wide. The bottom of the piece is polished flat to stand beautifully.

This wonderful art glass millefleurs vase measures approximately 8.5'' tall x 5.5'' wide. Millefleurs in French stands for "thousands of flowers". The bottom of this piece is polished flat to stand beautifully.

Glassblowing is one of the more difficult techniques of glass-making, because it requires strength and precision. Timing is very important and once the glass has been shaped, it can be decorated using various finishing techniques. Our hand blown glass products are guaranteed to be made of high quality. This wonderful art glass vase measures approximately 9.5'' tall x 7'' wide. The bottom of the vase is polished flat to stand beautifully.

These are just a few examples of the beautiful hand blown art glass vases we carry. To see more visit


Cathy said...

When I visited your site a couple days ago I was drawn to your beautiful glass pieces! I also like your new blog design, looking good!

dana said...

Wow! lovely colored vases so delicate and beautiful accessory.

glass blowing is an extremelt difficult work of art not everyone's cup of tea i guess!

pat. said...

Hi. Your invitation was so friendly to a newbee like me. I just clicked on the link and was here.

I live to watch glass being made. As a child I watched artisans do this on the Wildwood boardwalk. Later I saw it done many times in Disney, first in the Magic Kingdom then later in its Downtown shops in Lake Buena Vista.

A couple of years ago I took a mini-tour of Corning Glass in Upper New York. I loved what I saw and even bought a wedding present for one I was soon to attend

One crafty site nicely done.


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