'Every mighty Oak started life as an acorn' This glass Acorn will stand out as an addition to any special occasions table setting. These acorns look beautiful displayed in a fruit bowl or among rock collections all year round. single medium length acorn: approximate weight: 450gram / 15 ounch size: about fist size approximate length: 3.5inch (8.5cm) width: 2.5 inch (6cm) Jason is offering a selection of of beautiful glass Acorns, which are part of his ongoing project of handblown / handsculpted Glass Nuts and Seeds. We will ship your order with great care and carefully packaged, using recycled packaging materials. We include insurance in all our shipping quotes within the US. If you are interested in purchasing several blown glass items: then we are happy to announce that we are getting ready to create listings that combine shipping for 3 acorns making your investment even better value!
Jason is a professional glass maker and has been working with glass since 2003 and full time professionally since 2006.
He has a long history of training and working with his colleague Glassmakers, which you can take a look at on his website:
Since 2013 Jason teaches glassblowing classes to individuals as well as groups, having lead one-off team building glassmaking workshops as well as coaching longterm private students to achieve their glassmaking goals.
In a single class with Jason you can create drinking cups, ornaments or cereal-dessert bowls; you can choose at the beginning of the class which you would like to create and Jason will assist you to fulfill your ambitions.
The classes / workshops are suitable for anybody. You do not need to be very strong or possess any special skills before you come to the session. The youngest participants Jason regularly works with are 14 years old and require a parent to drop them off and give permission by signing a waiver. Boys and girls are equally welcome.
There is no upper age limit!
Twice the hands on time of any other Bay Area Glassmaking Class make Jasn's the best value classes available!
Jason's website is now updated! www.jasonstropko.wordpress.com
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