Artist: Carol KorfinI create one-of-a-kind Fused Glass Art - no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
What wine lover wouldn’t like this to display their favorite bottle of wine so that it looks as if it is floating in air! A treat for you or a great gift for any occasion!
I use a variety of glass types to achieve my vision. Please enjoy looking at my work! I look forward to having one of my whimsical creations go home to live with you and give you as much pleasure as I have had making it.
Size: 10” x 4” x 4”
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Floating Wine Bottle Holder
Creating one-of-a-kind fused glass art, Carol Korfin chose her company name by “fusing” her love of all things giraffe with her love of glass art. She has a giraffe collection in various mediums numbering over 200 pieces in her home. Living in San Diego since 1981, she has been driven by a passion for designing. Carol became hooked on glass soon after retiring and began creating more pieces than her hands (and kiln) could handle. Each glass art piece is created and designed from her voluminous imagination using the finest quality glass. Using a variety of glass types – such as translucent, opaque, dichroic, iridescent, frit, millefiore, confetti, rods, stringers and noodles, her pieces are limited only by inspiration and the size of her kiln. Pendants, bowls, wall creations and decorative pieces are created for the most discerning buyer and can be found in galleries and stores in San Diego County. Currently she is in the Off Track Gallery, located in the Lumberyard Center, Encinitas and Studio 25 Gallery in Spanish Village, Balboa Park, Come by and browse a variety of creations and muse at her whimsical interpretations in glass. Active in numerous art organizations; San Dieguito Art Guild, Art Glass Association of Southern California & Art Glass Guild in Spanish Village, Balboa Park and Sargent Art Group, she consistently seeks outlets for her wonderful creations. Proud of her pieces, she looks forward to you adopting one of her creations to live in your home. You can also visit her website GlassGiraffe.com or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.