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d'ART ID#: 121296
Length: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Height: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Depth: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Glass , Glass (Stained)
Style & Subject:
Vintage
Submitted by Cidgi
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Cidgi .
Rapunzel
Cidgi .
Ceramics/Glass - US $450.00

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Seller Comments...
this vintage lamp( years 70)has been restaured in the tradition of the art and is the base of this wind chime composed by 58 pieces of glass & 230 beads.
The Creation & Design of my Wind Chimes are achieved by using only the highest quality stained glass from Youghiogheny Glass, Wissmach Glass & Spectra Glass ,Swaroski Crystal glass , glass , pearls & polished stone beads.
The Design & Creation of my Wind Chimes evolve in my thoughts & inspiration of the moment - no drawing or patterns are used , I work with  different colors, shapes, textures & sizes of stained glass to create Wind Chimes with melodic tones & soothing sounds, reflecting the sunlight. with vibrant & glistening hues.

Rapunzel :
On the day Rapunzel was born, she was snatched by a witch. As years passed by, she grew into a sweet and beautiful girl. When she was 13 years old, the old witch brought the girl to a looming tower without no windows and doors; nothing, but a small opening at the very top of the tower peeked out. Each time the witch went to visit Rapunzel in the high tower she cried:

“Rapunzel, Rapunzel,
let down your hair.”
The witch used Rapunzel’s long and golden hair to climb into the tower's small opening. Rapunzel continued growing in youth and beauty through the years; but one day, a prince, who passed the tower, heard a wondrous, musical voice. Straining his head, he tried to catch a glimpse of the girl. After observing the tower carefully, the prince accidentally saw, how the witch climbed into the tower. The following evening he cried:
“Rapunzel, Rapunzel,

more.....http://www.cidgigallery.com/Rapunzel/rapunzel.htm

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