Glass Trinket Dish
Glass Trinket Dish in Pastel Colours with a Gold Heart - perfect for Valentines, Wedding Gift, Anniversary, Engagement or Birthday Gift
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These little trinket dishes make the perfect little accessory to a bedside table or shelf.
They are made from 2 layers of glass that encase a hand painted and stamped gold heart, this is fused together and then placed in a mould and fused a second time to create the dish shape.
Available in Mint, Teal and Lavender these pretty pastel dishes would make a great little treat to yourself or gift to a loved one. I love to help you send a gift directly to a recipient and each one includes a postcard with the verse "Take delight in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart" Psalm 37 v 4.
In the same way that the gold heart is encased in the centre of the glass, so our hopes and dreams are tucked away inside of us. When we give them to God he can help us to nurture and refine our desires until they are aligned to His and He is faithful to do what He has promised to us.
Approx 7 x 7 cm and 1.5 cm tall
The Gold heart naturally crinkles as it fuses in temperatures up to 800 degrees, as shown in the photos. A natural occurrence in Art glass is the formation of little bubbles, as shown in the photos. These are random and will vary slightly from piece to piece but add a lovely charm to this handcrafted item.
Meet the Maker
Fused Glass Gifts designed to encourage and inspire!
Hi, I'm Amy, designer and maker at Orchard Art Glass.
I love to create fun and colourful glass pieces in my garden studio in Somerset. On my page you will find a variety of suncatchers, candle holders, ornaments and keepsake cards. Most of my pieces begin with a word, song or verse that sparks an idea for a piece. My hope is that these visual reminders will be an encouragement to you or provide a unique gift for you to bless someone with.
Glass is a beautiful medium in it's own right before I even begin the making process. It speaks to me often about our experience as created beings. God made us and said we were good and beautiful because we are His creation. We live in a fallen world and this causes us to become broken. It is through relationship with our Maker that we are formed, refined and ultimately made beautiful. God often takes the most broken and painful pieces of our lives and works a marvellously beautiful outcome.
In working with glass I see so many parallels as it is broken, crushed, ground, shaped and sifted before being fired at temperatures of up to 800 degrees. This forming and refining process creates a beautiful, shiny, smooth and unique piece.
My prayer is that my pieces will go into homes as a gentle and joyful reminder of the hope we have in relationship with a loving God.