The mighty White Oak has been used as a regal symbol of strength and longevity for centuries. This design was inspired by an autumn leaf from my very own backyard.
This particular piece is a vivid seasonal color shift from a dark, chocolate brown at the hand-hammered copper stem, to a just-sprouted spring green at the leaf tip... Just a reminder that even though the leaves may be falling around us in shades of brown today, they will renew and spring forth with vibrant greens in just a few months. **Note: The contrasts of the color as well as light and dark in this piece made the bottom, chocolate brown pieces of the piece almost impossible to photograph. They're actually a dark brown, not black!
This listing is for a Ready to Ship item - photos shown are of the exact piece you will receive. I select and hand cut each piece of glass to accentuate all of the wonderful bubbles, textures and streaks in the glass.
I do my best to capture the qualities and colors of each piece accurately, but please note that one of the coolest qualities of stained glass is that it will will look different every time you look at it!
This White Oak Leaf is 14” wide x 11.4” tall and ships with a chain for hanging.
White Oak Leaf Seasonal Shift -Ready to Ship
This original piece is made with the Tiffany copper foil method. I cut, shaped and then wrapped each piece with copper foil before soldering them together. Each piece of glass is unique and cut specifically with its individual placement in mind.
Unless marked otherwise, each finished piece is made to order, so please contact me if you are looking for a personalized color or shape - I'd be happy to make a custom piece for you!
This original artwork is made with glass, copper tape and lead solder - always keep careful watch when children or pets are around this piece.
Items listed as "Limited Edition" are more complex, one of a kind, and customized designs which I make on a limited, and specialized, basis. Meaning, if you see it and want it - don't wait to order it... It may be gone tomorrow!