Seaglass lampshade

by Jan van Beest
(Gieten, the Netherlands)

Seaglass lampshade

Seaglass lampshade

~ sea glass project submitted by Jan van Beest, Gieten in the Netherlands

We are seaglass hunters for a few years now.

Finding seaglass in the Netherlands is not. easy, most of our treasure we find during holidays in Ireland, the UK, or else.

Jan is also a Tiffany enthusiast and he combined both hobbys to make this lampshade.

He also made one with mixed colours and is working on a green one.

Jan and Beppie van Beest, the Netherlands

~ sea glass project submitted by Jan van Beest, Gieten in the Netherlands



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Aug 16, 2014
by: sandbars&seaglass

One day I hope to turn some of my sea glass into a stained glass creation but I don't know if I'm ambitious enough to struggle with the curves of a lampshade. So lovely!

Aug 12, 2014
Seaglass lampshade
by: ra from RI


That lamp is simply gorgeous !!!


Keep on with your findings !!!


Laura from RI

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