Fused glass shaving bowl, candle trivet, and incense burner

Fused glass shaving bowl, candle trivet,  and incense burner

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Blog, fused glass | 0 comments

During the craft show at the end of January I met some amazing women. For example Jen, makes handmade soaps and candles. I loved her custom made soaps and candles and she liked my fused glass. She asked me to create custom shaving bowls, candle trivets, and  incense burners for her handmade shaving soap, candles, and incense.  Needless to say I jumped at the at the chance to make her some custom fused glass items.

shaving dish

Blue Streaky iridized Shaving Bowl. The iridized is up to aid the soap process

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first is an iridized streaky aventurine blue shaving dish. She liked the iridized because it was a little rough and helped with the soap for shaving. I can make fused glass soap dishes any size or color needed.  She liked the blue aventurine glass with rainbow iridized. This fused glass piece would also make a perfect spoon rest or tea bag holder.

Soap Dish, trinket dish, etc

Fused Glass Candle Trivet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jen has square and round candles so I made a square fused glass candle trivet. I made it white streaky so it wouldn’t detract from her beautiful candles. She has round candles and of course I can make any type of candle trivet needed; including size, shape and color.

 

incense burner

Fused Glass incense burner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

She also asked about incense burners. This one is one of my favorites because I love the emerald green. It was made by a technique called a pot melt. If you look closely you will see various shades of green glass swirled together. I  can  also make incense burners in any color as well – even out of a recycled bottle.

If you want handmade fused glass soap dishes, candles trivets, or incense burners please email me at elegantfusedglass@gmail.com

If you’d like to see my other types of fused glass checkout my website www.elegantfusedglassbykaren.com

Keeping my kiln warm,

Karen

 

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