Glass Jellyfish Chimes

Andrea and James Stanford's enchanted design is inspired by the ocean near their Florida studio.

$60.00

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Sound of the Sea

Luminescent, endless, slow-waving tentacles: Jellyfish are perhaps our sea's most ethereal creatures. Get up close and personal—without the risk of a sting—with Andrea and James Stanford's charming little chimes. Inspired by the nearby Atlantic Ocean, the artists fell in love with the jellyfish's gracefulness as well as their unique shape and colors. They handcraft the chimes from multi-colored glass, attaching a set of free-swinging tentacles to a hollow bell. No matter where you live—close to the ocean or hundreds of miles away—the pleasant clangs and clinks add a bit of deep sea enchantment to your garden or home. Handmade in St. Augustine, Florida.

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Andrea and James Stanford

created by

Andrea and James Stanford

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Florida

The loving collaboration of husband and wife glass artists. James Stanford and Andrea Cammarata Stanford had a chance meeting while each exhibiting at an art festival in 2011, sparked a compelling conversation, as well as, a mutual respect for one another's unusual style and vision for glass creation. Within two months they formed a partnership, combining over 20 years of glass experience, sharing their different approaches and expanding one another's ideas. In 2013 they exchanged vows and now work hard to keep up with the high demand on their award winning, handmade glass pieces.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
borosilicate glass, monofilament, jumprings, base metal lanyard hook
Measurements
2.75"L x 2.75"W x 6.5"H
Ingredients
Care
Gently wipe with damp cloth or feather duster. Do not hang near a wall or under a tree (if hung outside).
Item ID
47490

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