Glass Garden Bells

Hang this recycled glass bell in your yard or garden and fill the air with a dulcet melody.
created by

Stephen Kitras

$70.00

Stephen Kitras created by

Stephen Kitras

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Make your garden even more enchanting by filling the air with the melody of this luminous work of art. Stephen Kitras forms molten recycled glass into a large bell decorated with flecks of color. As the wind blows, the wooden clapper gently strikes the glass, ringing out with a deep, resonant chime. Suspend the sisal rope handle from your porch or a post in your yard to bring a lulling background music to a laid-back afternoon or alfresco fete. Handmade in Canada.

We visited Stephen Kitras's glassblowing studio in Fergus, Ontario, and made a glass globe of our very own. Visit our blog for the inside scoop.

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CA

Made in Canada

Stephen Kitras

created by

Stephen Kitras

location

Canada

“Why glass? Compared to other media I've worked in, such as iron and ceramic, glass is immediate and responds right away to any design decisions that I make.”

The mantra "when surrounded by beauty, the spirit is uplifted" embodies the mission of Kitras Art Glass. Stephen Kitras began work as a glassblower in 1988, and in 1994 he formed Kitras Art Glass with his wife and partner Elke. By 2001 the company had expanded to over 40 employees and a new facility was built to accommodate the increased production demands.

Sadly, the company suffered the loss of Elke Kitras to leukemia, but the vision that she and Stephen developed for the company continues to thrive. It is Stephen's goal is to design and produce beautiful and affordable glass art objects to enhance the lives of others.

We visited Stephen Kitras's glassblowing studio in Fergus, Ontario, and made a glass globe of our very own. Visit our blog for the inside scoop.

Handmade Recycled
Made from
recycled glass, wood, sisal
Measurements
7" H x 5" Dia
Care
Wipe clean with damp cloth.
Item ID
43014

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will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.


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5.0

Beautiful beyond Beautiful

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from Minnesota

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      • Garden

      Comments about UncommonGoods Glass Garden Bells:

      Hanging in a garden

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Beautiful Bell

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      from Utah

      About Me Midrange Shopper

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      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Pleasant Chime

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          Comments about UncommonGoods Glass Garden Bells:

          Gave to my BEST friend for her birthday. She loves it!

          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Exactly as advertised

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          from Florida

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          • Attractive Design
          • Pleasant Chime

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            Best Uses

            • Garden
            • Porch

            Comments about UncommonGoods Glass Garden Bells:

            I bought this for my mom for Christmas. As I had to mail it to PA, I did not remove it from the box but when she opened it on Christmas morning, it was exactly as advertised. I got the darker blue one and the color was really beautiful, like the picture. My mom really loved it.

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