||Thin blown glass with a glass
hook to hang in the window or on a tree. Ornaments can be spherical or pulled
and shaped into other elegant shapes.
||Originally used to promote good
fortune, these thin blown spherical glass ornaments have multiple glass
"stringers" shooting through the center. Minimal color will be used
on these to make sure the inside is visable. Either a glass hook or a pedistal
can be added for hanging or to sit them on a desk, or even in a small pond!
||One of the most popular items in
glass blowing. Glass is blown into a special mold to achieve the broad
pumpkin ribs, then blown to the full pumpkin size. The elegant curly stem is
placed on the body and a pumpkin is complete. Let on brighten your home in
autumn, or any season!
||Related to the pumpkin but with
an extra constriction to separate pieces of the body. Usually taller than
||Sppoky, or happy ghosts. These
blown friends are sure to up your halloween décor. Pairs well with the Glow
in the Dark color fo extra fun at night.
||A whole flower is pulled from a
disk of glass on a blowpipe. They can have straight or curled stems. They
pair very nice with a custom vase!
|Stemless Wine Glass
||A simple concept, but many
choices. Thinner blown glass is colored and shaped to a classic wineglass
bowl. Add an additional color to make a neat swirl design.
|Topsy-Turvy Wine Glass
||A stemless wine glass, but with
an angled bottom. The glass will spin around a central point and will not
knock over. Great for those prone to spilling their favorite beverage.
|Paperweight - Various
||Solid glass shaped in many ways.
Spherical, cylinder, heart, pawprint… almost anything is possible. See the
clear top coat of glass change the optical effects of the colored layer
|Vase - Various Shapes
||Ultimate creative freedom. The
form, the coloring, the complexity. There are no limits to the imagination.
Speak with the Onyx Glass artist about a custom vase, they will do mock
sketches to show what the final product will come out as.
||Take a wide vase, heat it up
super hot, then spin it really fast and suddenly stop and you're left with a
floppy bowl. This unique method gets those awesome waves in the side of a
||Just keep spinning a wide vase
until it starts to cool and harden and you're left with a wide, flat piece of
glass. Platters can have a small pedestal on the back face to set on a table,
or to hang on a wall.