Floating Wine Bottle Holder- Poppies
Poppies- Floating Wine Bottle Holder
Looking for something unique for yourself or as a gift? Do you enjoy a glass of wine now and then, or know someone who does? This wine bottle holder makes a fabulous way to display a bottle of your favourite red, white or rosé. Each holder is made from multiple layers of glass, fused and annealed slowly for maximum strength in the glass itself. The images are all screen printed using hand mixed glass enamels that once fired, become part of the glass and cannot be worn or chipped off. No two images will ever print identically, making each wine bottle holder a one of a kind piece.
Each Floating Wine Bottle holder measures 8.25 x 3.5 inches and easily holds a 750ml bottle. The hole in the holder has been created to accommodate the average 750ml bottle but due to slight differences in the neck of various bottles, some bottles will sit in slightly different positions.
Please note that if a bottle has a wire cage around the cork, such as in the case of champagne or has the short stubby neck of a custom made bottle that many independent wineries and micro breweries will use to give their wonderful products a distinct look, then these bottles may not fit this holder.
Each one of a kind wine bottle holder is hand made by me in in my home studio in beautiful New Brunswick but soon to be relocating to Kingston, Ont.
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I create glass that is functional as well as beautiful; plates, bowls, platters, votives and vases in dozens of designs, shapes and sizes as well as glass that is simply art to be enjoyed for its appearance. I offer a wide range of glass from inexpensive suncatchers in many different designs to pricier, more intricate pieces. Every piece I make is unique and one of a kind. No two are ever identical.
About the Artist
All my life, art and creativity has been my outlet. I have dabbled in charcoal and oil paints, fabrics and even various beading techniques but I have always been drawn to glass. I love the unlimited palette of colours and the challenge of convincing glass to do as I would like it. I am a self-taught artist. What started out as a hobby grew into much more as I made life long friends in the arts community and they pushed me to grow and expand beyond my comfort zone. As a military spouse, I have had to say goodbye to many of the friends who set me on the path I follow today but I bring along a lot of cherished memories, hard learned lessons and the drive to continue to grow my knowledge and art. Whether I am creating a simple whimsical suncatcher or a more complex, multi-layered piece consisting of various types of glass, I want it to be the best that I can make it. There is a saying "Do what you love and you will never work a day in your life." I love what I do and am thankful, every day, for the support of my amazing husband, my sweet and sassy daughters and my wonderful friends who have made it possible for me to follow my passion.