Monthly Archives: September 2012

Handblown Furnace Glass Cane Bead Charm Bracelet

Large Hand blown Cane Glass Beads on Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet This fabulous multicoloured handblown furnace glass cane bead charm bracelet is a wonderful addition to any outfit. It is a .925 sterling silver bracelet embellished with a multitude of … Continue reading

Posted in Art Glass Bracelets, Hand Blown Glass Jewelry

Designer Line: Handblown Hollow Filigrana Glass Bead Necklace

  Handblown 1 inch diameter hollow filigrana blown glass beads are featured in my Designer Line Handblown Hollow Filigrana Glass Bead Necklaces.  Gorgeous blown beads are combined with .925 sterling silver, semi-precious stones and my beautiful cane glass beads.  These necklaces … Continue reading

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Handblown Furnace Glass Bead Necklaces

The handblown glass furnace beads used in these necklaces are made by Virginia Wilson Toccalino and Tony Toccalino in their glassblowing studio in Halton  Hills, ON. Some of these necklaces are signed by Virginia with her unique signature bead. The … Continue reading

Posted in Art Glass Necklaces, Hand Blown Glass Jewelry

Filigree Trillium Stardust Paperweights

The Stardust Crown Paperweight uses various coloured “Dichroic Glass“. We enhance its reflective qualities to exhibit more color and sparkle. We combine this with various styles of filigree, ribbon cane or latticino complex canes. These pieces are truly unique and the end result is dazzling. Topped off with a hand built Trillium Murrini, Virginia has created a true signature piece unique to her … Continue reading

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Stardust Pendant Necklaces

These are dainty little pendants that match the Stardust Stud Earrings. They come with a 16″ or 18″ sterling silver chain. If a matching set of earrings are desired, we will match the set as closely as possible as each … Continue reading

Posted in Art Glass Pendants, Hand Blown Glass Jewelry, Stardust Jewelry

Hand Blown Damascus Glass Bells

Damascus Glass Bells Damascus glass is a combination of one or more colors of glass canes manipulated and folded many times over to display a distinct pattern on the surface of the glass. Every piece produced is unique, the patterns may be … Continue reading

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Small Damascus Marbles

Damascus glass is a combination of one or more colors of glass canes manipulated and folded many times over to display a distinct pattern on the surface of the glass. Every piece produced is unique, the patterns may be similar but never identical. … Continue reading

Posted in Studio Art Glass Marbles

Hand Blown Filigree Ribbon Glass Bells

Filigree and Ribbon Glass Bells Filigree glass was invented in Murano Italy by glass masters Filippo and Bernardo Catani of the glass house Sirena in 1526, an elaborate process that was indeed difficult to perform. Filigree Glass, unlike conventional blown glass, was suitable for only the uppermost tables of society as it was … Continue reading

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Large Damascus Marbles

Damascus glass is a combination of one or more colors of glass canes manipulated and folded many times over to display a distinct pattern on the surface of the glass. Every piece produced is unique, the patterns may be similar … Continue reading

Posted in Studio Art Glass Marbles

Magnum Wedding Bells

Magnum Wedding Bells Filigree and Ribbon Glass Bells Filigree glass was invented in Murano Italy by glass masters Filippo and Bernardo Catani of the glass house Sirena in 1526, an elaborate process that was indeed difficult to perform. Filigree Glass, unlike conventional blown glass, was suitable for only the uppermost tables of society … Continue reading

Posted in Contemporary Art Glass, Filigree, Studio Art Glass Bells
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