There’s just something about glass art that inspires me. If you’ve ever seen a glass blower, you know it starts out as what looks like sand. Then it is heated into a molten shape, oozing with a gorgeous, bulbous heat which when it cools, turns into the beautiful finished product. Now something like this stunning chandelier must be an amazing thing to see created. The famous artist, Dale Chihuly made this type of glass chandelier popular in the 80’s – 90’s. However, this one by Viz Glass, available on houzz.com, completely took my breath away when I found it online.
Here is what it says on Houzz.com about the Wonders of the Sea Chandelier:
“Create a marine-inspired look in your dining room using the large Wonders of the Sea Chandelier. This eye-catching piece is handblown from Italian Glass and features a cluster of vivid cobalt, aqua, pink and lime green spiral pieces. Variations may occur in individual pieces. Maximum height is 125 inches. Includes six 5 watt LED G9 bulbs. UL listed. Hardwire; professional installation recommended.
- Manufactured By: Viz Glass, Inc.
- Sold By: Houzz
- Size: W 42″ / D 42″ / H 38″
- Materials: Italian Glass
- Assembly Required: Yes
This has gotten me thinking I need to do a post on glass blowing! Anyone game?
See you next time!