Akin to the traditions of New England witch balls that ward off evil spirits, and woven dreamcatchers that filter out bad dreams, our Tree of Life ornaments protect and inspire. Colorful branch-like strands twist and turn inside the glass orb, catching the light from your window or garden. Each combination of color is a nod to elements of the natural world. Hang these ornaments as a visual reminder of all the good things coming your way.
Tree of Life Ornaments are handblown by our team of skilled glassblowers at Luke Adams Glassblowing Studio in Norwood, MA.
Mini: 3" diameter
Large: 4" diameter
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These beautiful fused glass pocket hearts are handmade from recycled scraps of glass. Give them as a gift to show someone they are loved, or keep one in your pocket as a reminder that YOU are loved.
Each heart is handmade. One of a kind and completely unique.
Color spectrum - Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet
Measures approximately 2.5" x 2.5"
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Give the gift of handmade. Handmade glass Hearts feature a sparkly dichroic center and a loop at the top, making them easy to hang anywhere with ribbon, twine or fishing line. They look great sitting on a desk as a paperweight, or out in the garden. The possibilities are endless.
3" tall x 2.5" wide
THE HANDCRAFTED PROCESS
Small Hearts are handblown by a talented team of glassblowers in our studio at Luke Adams Glass in Norwood, Massachusetts. A molten gather of glass is taken from the furnace onto a pipe. The glassblower adds color and reheats. Another layer of clear glass is applied. The glassblower then carefully shapes the glass into a heart and adds a loop. The heart is then placed into an annealer to gradually cool down overnight. Ta-da! A beautifully unique glass heart is born.