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Handmade Glass Art

Each glass work featured at The Pacific Northwest Shop has been individually handcrafted by artisans in the Pacific Northwest. Ash from the 1980 and 2004 eruptions of Mt. St. Helens volcano in Washington state is the 'signature ingredient' in many of our pieces. Skilled artists at Glass Eye Studio and Jones Glassworks hand make each unique work of art. Whether you've been collecting for many years or this is your first piece of art glass, we're confident that you'll enjoy our selection, which includes Tiffany inspired ruffle vases, molten glass free flow wave bowls, Indian designs and pieces with copper salmon fused in glass to produce one of a kind trays, bowls and coasters.

  • Mt St Helens Ash Hand Blown Glass Ornaments

    Mt St Helens Ash Hand Blown Glass Ornaments

    This is our collection of exquisite volcanic ash handblown glass ornaments and art crafted in Washington by expert glassblowers at the Glass Eye Studio. Each piece contains rock dust from the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens in Washington State. Experts tell us that the ash and rock material ejected by the volcanic eruption came from ten to twenty miles below the earth’s surface. Today, the Glass Eye Studio's skilled Pacific Northwest artisans make each of our uniquely hand blown glass works of art. You can also purchase a solid brass display stand for your volcanic glass. Each of our hand blown ornaments comes gift-boxed with an informative descriptive card.

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  • Vases and Bowls

    Vases and Bowls

    Each vase and bowl featured in this section has been individually handcrafted by artisans at Glass Eye Studio in the Pacific Northwest. Ash from the 1980 and 2004 eruptions of Mt. St. Helens volcano in Washington state is the 'signature ingredient' in many of the pieces. Today, the Glass Eye Studio's skilled Pacific Northwest artisans expertly hand make each unique work of art. Be sure, also, to see our Glass Eye Studio Art Glass Ornaments which also contain ash from the Mt. St. Helens volcano.

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  • Platters

    Platters

    The technique of fusing glass can be traced back more than 4,000 years. The same process is used today by skilled artisans at the Jones Glassworks in the Pacific Northwest. These beautiful, one-of-a-kind, functional art serving bowls, plates and platters will be much admired by guests and family members alike. In each piece, fused glass encases a copper salmon. Each bowl, plate & platter featured in this section has been individually handcrafted by artisans in the Pacific Northwest.

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  • Other Glass

    Other Glass

    The Pacific Northwest Shop presents a selection of uniquely beautiful handmade glass from the Pacific Northwest.

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