Recycled Glass Tree Globes - Wishes

Stephen Kitras' vibrant, handmade, recycled glass globes depict trees of Remembrance, Peace, Joy, and Love.
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Stephen Kitras

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Enchanted Forest

Beauty, elegance and heartfelt sentiment are at the root of artist Stephen Kitras latest collection of glass globes. Hand blown of 100% recycled glass, this series features Kitras' signature ability to create a delicate interior trunk within the globe. Vibrant splashes of color add the finishing touch on these one-of-a-kind home accents. Use your own sturdy wire, translucent fishing wire, or ribbon to hang the globe from the display stand or elsewhere. Handmade in Canada.

Tree of Remembrance
Just as tree undergoes changes as it grows from a seedling to maturity, our lives are full of unique and important people and moments that define us as individuals. The Tree of Remembrance encourages us to treasure each of life's moments and cherish the memory of people and places that are near and dear to us - the children, the friends, the parents and the occasions that create the mosaic of our lives.

Tree of Peace
The beauty and tranquility of nature in essence captures the meaning of peace. Like a tree growing in harmony with the forest that surrounds it, peace brings with it a message of tolerance, acceptance and compassion.

Tree of Love

There is no greater gift in the world than the gift love. Like a tree, love grows stronger and more beautiful with time. The Tree of Love represents the countless blessings the love brings into our lives.

Tree of Happiness
When you realize that your fulfillment in life comes from all that surrounds you, you've reached a true state of happiness. When we look at a tree full of life swaying in the wind to the rhythm of life, we are reminded of the pure bliss that is happiness.

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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Made in Canada

Stephen Kitras

created by

Stephen Kitras



“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, Elke. By 2001 the company had expanded to over 40 employees and a new facility. It is Stephen's goal is to design and produce affordable glass art objects to enhance the lives of others. "I think it’s good to make beautiful things and celebrate beautiful moments," he says. "They happen every day, all around us."

Handmade Recycled
Made from
recycled glass
6" dia.
Not intended for use as a holiday tree ornament.
Indoor and outdoor safe due to sealed glass.
The included wire is not a permanent way to hang the globes.
Use your own sturdy fishing wire or ribbon to hang.
Secure knots tightly, and consider doubling knots before hanging.
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Most of our items are in stock and will ship quickly. Orders for in-stock items placed before 5pm ET Monday through Friday, excluding Federal holidays, will ship in the US:
Economy shipping:
within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
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within 4 days, arriving 5 business days after the order was placed.
Preferred shipping:
within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
Expedited shipping:
within 1 day, arriving 2 business days after the order was placed.
Express shipping:
will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.

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These globes have made the best gifts ever!!


It's absolutely stunning, in design and color and size.

Marietta GA USA


beautiful decorative glass ornament


a fairly heavy decorative glass ornament, very pretty in design

mcallen, texas


Beautiful Globe


It should come with a stand/holder. The holder should be relative to the size of the gift (not too large) & offered in various attractive non-tarnishing metals.

Signal Hill


Why send flowers?


This was a perfect way of providing those who have lost loved ones with a beautiful remembrance piece that will last a lifetime. Our friends have sent quick notes of how when they see it they smile and think of one of the many great memories they have. We used to send stars. This is so much more personal. I highly recommend it.

New Hampshire


Positively Beautiful


Did the two largeer ones for Mother's Day and Fathers Day and will add the smaller ones for birthday months of each grandchild. My daughter in law is hanging each one individually in a macrame and hanging in a window in the kitchen. Almost a macrame curtain.

Monument, Colorado


Great unique gift


This is unique and pretty and says lots-i likes it so much I sent one to each of my friends (sisters) who live on opposite sides of the US



I will be buying more of these.


I love that these are made from recycled glass.

Greer, SC

Perfect gift


This was the perfect gift for a student I had in the 7th grade that was graduating from a university with a masters degree.



I just love the tree globes!


This product when used with the stand is stunning. Put in a area where it can be seen but not knocked over.

Atlantic IA


I have bought multiples of these


I have bought a few of these glass balls as gifts. One at Christmas got a big wow. We will see how the mother's day one's go. A unique item, but pretty costly.

Hiawatha, KS


Recycled Glass Tree Globes - Wishes

4.8 1005


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