Fused Glass Mantel Sconces

Posted by on Dec 23, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

My Fused Glass Santa Mantel Sconce.

My Fused Glass Santa Mantel Sconce.

Fused Glass Star of David Sconce custom made for a good Friend.

Fused Glass Star of David Sconce custom made for a good Friend.

Fused Glass Star of David Sconce

Fused Glass Star of David Sconce

My Very First Fused Glass Mantel Sconce

My Very First Fused Glass Mantel Sconce

My amazing Fused Glass Winter Aspen Mantel Sconce that I created for a very dear friend

Fused Glass Winter Aspen Mantel Sconce *created for a dear friend

Fused Glass Fall Aspen Mantel Sconce

Fused Glass Fall Aspen Mantel Sconce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have handcrafted several Fused Glass Mantel Sconces with various designs. I loved my fused glass Aspens sconces (all of which sold recently). Matter of Fact the only two I have left are the Star of David and the Santa.

I’m sure you are wondering what is a mantel sconce. Well a sconce typically covers a light and mounts on a wall. However, I create fused glass mantel sconces that can sit anywhere (including a mantel or table) without hanging or a separate stand (because of the curve it won’t fall over).

Additionally all of my mantel or table sconces comes with a beautiful hand made gel candle (created by a very dear friend) who can customize the candles color and fragrance to my request.
The candles are made with 100% environmentally-friendly ingredients. They are Gel candles which last longer than wax candles. Moreover  Gel candles maintain their fragrance – there is no need to light the candle in order to get the scent.

As I mentioned I only have two mantel sconces left and they are not on my websites yet. Hopefully I’ll get them on in January. Meanwhile if you’d like to have me create a custom Fused Glass Mantel Sconce please let me know.

If you get a chance, check out all my sites, Fused Glass by Karen, My Etsy store, my Art fire Store, my Pinterest, and my YouTube Channel.

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Keeping my Kiln warm,

Karen

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