Glass Treats …Floral Friday

Minor house redecorating means that dust settles everywhere, despite of taking precautions. Wall repair with drywall “mud” epoxy requires a little bit of sanding once it dries. That dust floats into every nook and cranny. (Yes, I wear air filtration to avoid inhaling any toxins.)

The presence of dust meant that it settled onto several glass vases that had been standing in the open. They received a detergent bath and polishing with a microfiber cloth. The containers were ready for some slightly unorthodox arrangements.

Orange blends into yellow art glass, aka Amberina glass by Viking Art Glass Company. A posy of warm-toned flowers is welcome in a February setting.

A cluster of pastel Peruvian lilies are nestled inside of a small Anchor-Hocking spherical cranberry glass flower bowl. The project is a lightweight counterpoint to the solid onyx ball.

A heaping helping of succulents are served up inside of a fancy vintage Fenton opalescent glass compote vase.

Ciao


The Blue Jay of Happiness quotes 18th century French lyric poet, Ponce Denis Écouchard Lebrun, “The butterfly is a flying flower, the flower a tethered butterfly.”

About swabby429

An eclectic guy who likes to observe the world around him and comment about those observations.
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7 Responses to Glass Treats …Floral Friday

  1. Good morning. Do you buy all of your flowers from one particular store?

  2. Very unique and creative , nothing like seen before

  3. Jeff Flesch says:

    All beautiful, as always. My favorite is the last one, light green. Lovely.

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