“Count your Rainbows, not your thunderstorms”
This is a gorgeous fused glass ‘Mega’ Rainbow arch bridge. It stands up as a rainbow or you can lay it on it’s side to project the light.
This is the biggest rainbow arch I make and it looks spectacular! Each rainbow measures approximately 22cm wide x 14cm deep and 9cm high. Each colour band is 2cm deep.
This Mega Rainbow can be personalised with a name or up to 6 words, just select the personalised option when adding to your basket and leave a note at the checkout page detailing what words you would like. The words will be hand written in white glass enamel, which gets fired in the kiln making it permanent.
This will look stunning on display. This would be an amazing gift or to keep for yourself. Lots of people buy these as child and pet memorials as Rainbows have significant meaning to many people.
The light shines through this beautifully, making a gorgeous rainbow shadow. You could lay it on its side to project the light or have it standing and admire the gorgeous colours.
This looks delicate but it is pretty tough at 6mm thick, but as with all glass, it’s best to keep it out of the reach of children and handle it with love and care.
I also make a smaller version which can be personalised or left as it is. See here and here.
Items are made to order and are posted Royal Mail Signed For.
Lead time 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 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.