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Mellow Glass - Christmas House with a Red Roof (Available! Price upon request)
Mellow Glass - Christmas House with a Red Roof (Available! Price upon request)
Mellow Glass - Christmas House with a Red Roof (Available! Price upon request)
Mellow Glass - Christmas House with a Red Roof (Available! Price upon request)
Mellow Glass - Christmas House with a Red Roof (Available! Price upon request)

Mellow Glass - Christmas House with a Red Roof (Available! Price upon request)

$669.00

Color:
Price upon request I
Price upon request II

Product name: Christmas House with a Red Roof

Artist: Mellow Glass

Technique: Pâte de verre (the traditional glass-making technique for glass arts back in the 16th century B.C.)

Dimensions:

I: W2.2cm x D2.5cm x H3.5cm

II: W2.2cm x D2.5cm x H4.2cm

One-of-a-kind glass art piece

[Price available upon request]

 

Poem of this glass art composed by Mellow Glass:

Christmas House with a Red Roof

Getting prepared for Christmas
Decorating the Christmas tree
Lighting up the candles
In our little house with a red roof

There's a little world
A Christmas house with a red roof

There's a little world
A Christmas house with a red roof
sitting at a corner on the book shelf 
In December, it is seated at its special place for the festive season

(original)

クリスマス作品 赤い屋根の家

クリスマスの準備
ツリーを飾り
キャンドルに火を灯し
小さな家を飾る

小さな世界
本棚の片隅にあるクリスマスの赤い屋根 の家
いつもは本棚だけど12月は特別席に

 

How does Mellow Glass create her whimsical glass objects?

  • Using clay to create the shapes as a prototype.
  • Moulding the clay with fireproof plaster and carefully remove the clay from the plaster mould.
  • Draw motifs and apply colours to the plaster.
  • Fill the plaster mould with grainy powdered glass and press in the mould tightly.
  • Melt the glass in an electric furnace and let it cool down slowly.
  • Hand-hammer and break the plaster mould. Gently remove the plaster and take the glass out.
  • Apply repetitive polishing works and finish off with a water-proof paper.
  • It is impossible to duplicate the objects because the plaster mould has to be broken each time. Therefore, they are all one-of-a-kind glass objects with a lot of time-consuming manual procedures.
  • Each single piece of glass objects needs to take 30-50 days to finish and is handled with exceptional care during the time-consuming procedures.