With so many meanings behind the butterfly there is one sure thing, no home should be without one. These beautiful little sculptures are all glass. There is no paint and no added parts. The imagination on these beautiful pieces can just go wild. I had so much fun designing, but I am definitely not done playing with them. Keep checking back for a new design. And if you want to pick colors of your own, just contact me with your ideas and lets make a butterfly together.
A little piece of under the sea. This cake top was made focusing on oysters since that was their theme. The large oyster in the middle holds two glass pearls in the color of the bride and grooms birthstones, opal and amber. The little oysters surrounding the large one are for their future children and will receive birthstone glass pearls for each one, so for now they are empty. I also left room for more oysters just in case. To help give the piece life I added kissing fish, seahorses and an octopus on the back side of the cake top. If you would like a special made cake top contact me, I would love to make your wedding cake top.
This Mermaid of Norfolk is such a great way to show your city pride. What a great gift to give to locals, military or even friends who live a far to show our Norfolk pride.
The octopus is one of my favorite pieces to create. The freedom of the tentacles is what I love about making them. It is considered the most intelligent of all invertebrates, the common octopus is found in the tropical and temperate waters of the world’s oceans. They can grow to about 4.3 feet in length and weigh up to 22 pounds, although averages are much smaller. They prey on crabs, crayfish, and mollusks, and will sometimes use their ink to disorient their victims before attacking. What an Graceful and elegant creature.
Seahorses are truly unique, and not just because of their unusual equine shape. Unlike most other fish, they are monogamous and mate for life. Rarer still, they are among the only animal species on Earth in which the male bears the unborn young. So I decided to make the seahorse the focal point on this piece. Did you know seahorses have no teeth and no stomach. Food passes through their digestive systems so quickly, they must eat almost constantly to stay alive. This was purchased as a custom piece right from my studio.