Whetung Ojibwa Art and Crafts Gallery, Curve Lake Reserve, Ontario - orb noel

By: Whetung  09-12-2011
Keywords: artists, Glass Ornaments


by Maxine Noel - $19.00 ea

Each of these hand-blown glass ornaments is painstakingly hand-painted with great detail from the inside using miniature curved and bent brushes, making each piece a unique treasure. Information about the designs and the artists are featured on the band on the box and on a card within.

Complete with high-quality storage box, these 4-inch (75mm) orbs are perfect for giving or collecting, priced at $19 CDN each.

 
    Spirit of Spring - $19.00 CDN
Spirit of Summer - $19.00 CDN
Spirit of Autumn - $19.00 CDN
Spirit of Winter - $19.00 CDN
Spirit of Love - $19.00 CDN
New Spirit - $19.00 CDN
Spirit of Mother's Love - $19.00 CDN
Spirit of Family - $19.00 CDN
 
 
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: artists, Glass Ornaments

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