You can select more than 1 round suncatcher and choose any other design/colour, see notes below.
This hanging / suncatcher glass panel illustrates a robin head using low relief and orange, black. This suncatcher is translucent to let the light through when hung in a window. There is 1 loop at the top and a ribbon going through, you can easily adjust the length of the ribbon.
DIMENSIONS: 12x12cm | 5x5" | 250g
The front of the panel is smooth and the back is textured.
After completing his degree in Glass in 2002, Matthew worked for a large glass design company in London before setting up his own business in 2012. Matthew designs and makes everything in his studio in Dorset, on the south coast of the UK, near the Jurassic Coast. All the moulds are handcarved, he applies the colours manually and the glass is slumped over the mould in a kiln at temperatures over 800C and annealed to ensure strength and durability.
*1 Hanging Robin with 1 loop fused in at the top and an adjustable ribbon.
*You can select more than 1 round suncatcher and choose colour and design in the Add a Note to Seller Box at Checkout or send us a message/chat
Choose Design: Heart, Daisy, Animal
OTHER VERSIONS AVAILABLE:
*Other colours and designs
*Check out the hanging section:
POSTAGE & PACKAGING:
*Free UK Shipping - Tracked - 2 days transit - Upgrades available for RoyalMail 1st Class in the UK
*Outside the UK - Transit times showing on the right in estimated delivery - upgrade available for tracking
*My work is individually inspected and carefully packaged in made to measure double wall boxes.
*We never include the price in a box.
*If you wish to add a note, at Checkout, in your cart, fill your message in "ADD NOTE TO YOUR ORDER", also you can type in "organza bag" and we will supply a free organza bag.
Or send a convo.
Any question, please contact us, we reply very quickly!
Please be aware that due to the handmade process, each product is uniquely different so you can expect a slight variation in size, glass tint/colour and texture.
Made in Britain by Matt Adkins at Glass Relief