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Rainforest Tear Pendant

Item # 25835
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Individually handcrafted by Seattle-based glass artist David Braut, our Rainforest Tear Pendants are wearable works of true art! Each pendant features a brilliant array of blue shades and unique swirls. An amazing piece of jewelry that is exclusive to us!

Pendants are individually flameworked from clear and colored borosilicate glass by glass artist David Braut, who has been flameworking glass since 1999. After apprenticing under a number of highly-skilled flameworkers, he took up his own shop space in Seattle, Washington where he designs and creates his own glass art.

Pendants are one continuous piece of glass and measure approximately 3 cm T x 1 cm W. Comes with a black wax cord.

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Artisan: David Braut

Artisan David Braut

Seattle glass artisan David Braut began learning his craft in the traditional way, by apprenticing under a number of highly-skilled artists. Once the skills of his trade were learned, David developed his own distinctive style, setting up his own studio space in Seattle where he has been producing singular pieces of jewelry ever since.

David's pendants are individually flameworked from clear and colored borosilicate glass, in a process he has been perfecting since 1999. All of his pieces are from original designs.

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