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    Warm welcome with mouth-blown glass

    Custom design, leaded glass, great effect

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    A place to reflect

    Hospice serenity, comfort by day and by night

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    Lighting with a heritage

    Traditional style brought up to date

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    Inspired by the night sky

    Fused glass brings the heavens to the table

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Custom Architectural Glass

Windows and cabinet doors

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Three-Dimensional Glass

Lamps, light vessels, and art objects

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Mirrors and glass panels

Custom design or already made

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Fused Glass

Bowls, platters, and other dishes


Latest News

Rhubarb reminiscences and recipes

July 7th, 2014

Rhubarb is such a traditional fruit. Its history goes back over 2700 years to China where the roots were used as a medicinal. Westerners have cultivated rhubarb for culinary purposes since the seventeenth or eighteenth century. Only the fleshy stalks are edible; the leaves are toxic, proven by the late folks who boiled and ate   

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Easter butterflies

May 15th, 2014

Since ancient times the butterfly has been a symbol of new life, resurrection, and immortality. I’ve heard that early Egyptians saw a similarity between the butterfly’s cocoon and burial wrappings for mummies and that ancient Greeks put butterflies in tombs. Christians adopted the butterfly as a symbol of Christ’s resurrection. A caterpillar disappears into its   

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