This is a beautiful handcrafted Fused Glass Blue Heart dish. It is functional and decorative, depending on your use for it.
This particular heart is made with lovely shades of blue glass but I can make them to your colour choices – just leave a message when checking out.
Or see my other listings for alternative colours: Red Heart Dish , Rainbow Heart Dish.
Perfect as a gift for a loved one or for your own home décor. You can use this heart dish as a trinket dish, candle holder or even a small side dish for food.
A normal tealight or a battery powered one sat in the middle will throw beautiful coloured shadows when the candle flickers.
Or place it by the window and see the lovely coloured shadows playing in the light.
This is a very tactile piece – the glass isn’t flat, each different colour is textured and raised from the surface.
I created this heart dish using a layer of clear glass and shades of blue glass squares. It is fired twice – once to fuse the glass together and then again to mould it into a dish. Each dish measures approximately 11cm long by 12cm wide.
Please read the delivery info tab for current turnaround time as all items are made to order.
Current lead time to post your order is up to 10 business days from payment. If you need your order sooner, please contact me before you buy and I will do my best to accommodate your request, or use the “Rush order” option at checkout.
All items are made to order and are posted Royal Mail Signed For. UK customers can choose to upgrade to 1st Class by selecting this at checkout.
All orders are packaged extremely well to prevent damage in the post. The packaging I use is recycled and I encourage you to recycle or re-use the bubble wrap, foam and ribbons.
Colour preferences: I can usually always change colours to your choice at no extra cost, just pop a note at checkout.
I use the best glass available from Spectrum System 96. Each sheet of glass is handcut by me. All items are designed and crafted by me in my home studio. The whole piece is fused and properly annealed in my kiln for over 12 hours, aiding strength and durability.
Despite my attempts at photographing my glass art, it is sometimes difficult to capture the gorgeous colours, the texture and the tactile nature. I try my best but customers have often said that the pieces in real life are just so much “more” than in the photo’s! Colours may vary, depending on your screen settings.