Beach Hut Suncatcher Stained Glass Colour Choice
A super sweet little beach hut suncatcher in a choice of colours.. blue, Aqua or red.
Stained Glass hand-crafted using the Tiffany Copper-foil technique. 12cm high by 9cm wide.
Made with and by Joy to be given with love.
The Suncatchers are all ready to post. Postage is charged as Royal Mail 1st class small package.
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A cute little beach hut made from 2 shades of blue, red or aqua with white highlights and a triangular bright flag flying from the roof as it is always windy by the sea.
I have a bright blue, a sea coloured aqua or a red version so please choose the colour you want when ordering by clicking the appropriate little picture.
Like all my suncatchers, they are handmade with love and designed to hang in the window and catch the light.
They hang from a little silvery chain which is securely attached to the top of the flag.
Each piece of glass is individually cut, shaped then carefully wrapped in copper foil before all the pieces are soldered together to form the full beachhut
They look absolutely lovely hanging in the window where they catch the light and would make a lovely ornament for any room.
I always supply a suction hook so it comes ready for you to hang. I attach the chain using split rings so you can if you prefer replace it, maybe with a ribbon, quite easily.
They are 12 cm high excluding the chain.
Please note also that no two of my suncatchers are ever the same even to same design. I deliberately don’t keep a record of the types of glass used so it is pretty impossible for me to make an exact match and that is my intention. I like all my pieces to be unique and I always use different combinations of glass.
Posted out Royal Mail first class in a strong and innovative box with lots of padding to keep it safe on its journey to you.
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