Handcrafted glass jewelry, home decor and tableware.
“Día de Muertos” Day of the Dead/Sugar Skull Fused Glass Platter
The gorgeous color variations on the face of this platter come from an iridized metallic coating on black glass. The finished effect is stunning and would look equally great displayed on a stand or to hold fruit or candy. The platter measures about 9" x 9" square. (NOTE: Color pattern may vary slightly from the example photos)
And don’t forget to check our our heavy duty acrylic plate stands to have this serving piece double as art on display!
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Well, I love hunting for four-leaf clovers and have found more than 40 in my lifetime. I am lucky to find a hobby I love, and so Four Leaves Glassworks was born!
You know it's time to take your hobby to the next level when you DREAM about glass. And not just daydream (which happens all the time), but go to sleep thinking about glass, envision new techniques, shapes and color combinations, and wake up eager to add the ideas to the growing list of projects lining up for the kiln.
A passion for glass and a love language for gifts combine to create one-of-a-kind, handmade jewelry and keepsakes we hope you will cherish for years.
Who is the guy with the funny name?
I grew up attending a gorgeous church built in 1867 in the rolling hills of southern Indiana. Staring at the amazing stained glass windows as a kid created my life-long fascination with glass.
My wife's grandfather showed me how he cut, foiled and soldered pieces of glass into stained glass suncatchers, panels and lamps, and I was hooked. I enjoyed making stained glass art for nearly 20 years.
I've since moved into fusing glass and am passionate about sharing my love of glass with others. Thanks for visiting!
Glass born in Texas
Products are proudly made in the U.S.A. in Sachse, Texas. Available online (you found us!) or at the occasional craft show. Follow us on social media to find out where we'll pop up next!