Illuminate and decorate your decor authentically, with artisan crafted glass sculptures with a primitive cultural twist. Available in a variety of hand blown glass colors these sculptures function wonderfully as an illuminated wall sconce. Splendid artistic glass blowing and quality iron craftsmanship unite to create our versatile Indio Glass Masks.
This culturally influenced glass sculpture mounts perfectly in minimalist iron bracket that is equipped to hang on the wall as a sconce or display as a center piece on a table or shelf. Place a tea-light behind the glass face to illuminate your interior or exterior decor. The primitive tribal inspired glass face is hand blown from recycled glass, each is accented with an eruption of colored dye that naturally spreads throughout the glass.
17"h x 10"w x 6"deep
*Measurements include both glass Indio Mask and Minimalist Iron Stand.
Crafting The Minimalist Iron Stand.
Hand forged from steel, designed to be simple yet contemporary. Each iron stand is fixed with a tiny metal disc shapped tray (2" in diameter) that allows you to mount a tea light, small candle, or small electrical votive. The Iron stand has 2 hand hammered iron scroll legs, it has charcoal galvanized finish The beautiful yet durable burnt charcoal finish is achieved through a process of heating the metal to high temperatures then treating it with a varnish and sealer. The result is stunning!
Behind This Design, Artistic Glassware Handmade Sustainably.
Glass art that is both beautiful and sustainably crafted by hand! Our team of talented fair-trade artisans mouth blow recycled glass that's collected from local recycling yards. Mounds of discarded bottles are delivered by the truck-load to our studios. This old glass is separated, cleaned, and crushed; then shoveled into large kilns where temperatures reach up to 1500*F. Once the molten hot glass is of proper consistency, it is then blown into our signature designed molds. The vibrant colors found in these glass masks is achieved by adding specific dyes during the heating process.
The dye naturally takes shape and spreads through the mask freely, No 2 hand blown glass masks will ever exhibit the same exact arrangement / pattern of color.