Studio Art Glass PAPERWEIGHT Abstract Bubbles Swirl Purple Pink Signed Thie 7. No scratches, chips or cracks.
I have several other pieces by this artist in my store. Heavy and beautiful piece of art glass!
Your home should tell the story of who you are, and be a collection of what you love. Browse our store for thrifted finds added daily, curated to tell your home's story. Our items are used or found new from thrift stores, garage sales, flea markets and/or estate sales.Our gently used items may show signs of vintage wear and we will disclose that in photographs. Our home has two pups who might send their furry love to you. The Post Office will require your return of damaged items to the Post Office for verification purposes.
Your experience matters and we will do our best to work with the Post Office to resolve any issues. We were a seasoned ministry family until dad, our sole provider, became disabled in 2016. Mom had to become the breadwinner but with the rising costs of living, she needed to find ways of providing for the family while still enjoy time with her littles.So she turned to her passion: sharing vintage items. We are now a full time reselling family where hope for the future continues to grow every day with your support. Both kids, daughter age 8, and son age 13, source their own items which you will find in our store as well! We believe in teaching them financial independence skills from an early age will help them grow to be independent thinkers and strong workers AND they absolutely LOVE treasure hunting with mom. Mom chose Lydia Place, a local non profit who helped us with housing right after dad became disabled. Daughter chose Save the Turtles, where every dollar donated takes a pound of trash out of the ocean. Son chose World Central Kitchen, who is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises, currently serving in Ukraine. THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for your support! We enjoy reading your feedback, especially the ones that tell us the "packaging was as secure as Fort Knox".