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Harvest Amber Sink | Water Fixtures by Mark Ditzler Glass Studio, LLC
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Harvest Amber Sink | Water Fixtures by Mark Ditzler Glass Studio, LLC
Harvest Amber Sink | Water Fixtures by Mark Ditzler Glass Studio, LLC
Harvest Amber Sink | Water Fixtures by Mark Ditzler Glass Studio, LLC

Harvest Amber Sink - Water Fixtures

Price $1,800

Creation: 4-6 weeks
Shipping: UPS 5-7 days
Price $50 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: March 28, 2023

DimensionsWeight
22H x 22W x 12D in
55.88H x 55.88W x 30.48D cm
30 lb
13.61 kg

The Harvest Amber Sink features groupings of twisted cane, screen printed images of autumn leaves, and a focal point of brilliant dichroic glass on a scarlet red tile. The sink is constructed of amber and bronze glass, and has additional color provided by metallic iridized coatings. Random bubbles under the glass surface evoke the feeling of water. The many details will offer the viewer lasting enjoyment as they use this functional fine art.

Shipping weight approx. 30 lbs. Ships by UPS Ground.

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Item Harvest Amber Sink
As seen in Private Residence, Wenatchee, WA
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Seattle glass artist/designer accepting commissions

I'm a glass artist working in fused, slumped and kiln-cast glass. I specialize in commissions for commercial and healthcare spaces, residential, and public art. Wall panels and sinks as shown can be ordered with a 4 to 6 week lead time. Larger commissions will need to be ordered after consultation, and lead times will vary. I use unique design elements in my glass. These design elements may include Italian-style twisted cane or murrini, precious gold or silver, and/or flame-worked twists and threads made in a torch. Screen printed images may also be used. Sometimes glass is melted into molds, then assembled. When making a new piece, these design elements are combined to create my signature look. Trained in Industrial Design and ceramics before finding glass, I have been active in the art and design community for over 25 years.