Stained Glass Bigeye and Spanish Mack

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  1. allenro

    allenro Active Member

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    New patterns I came up with to fill a request.

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    It's almost like you know what you're doing:) Beautiful, as always.
     
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    Both beautifull pieces. I especially like the Bigeye.
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    Very nice work.
     
  5. Kenneth Yong

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    Beautiful! Are you using natural materials, i.e., is that mother of pearl for the body of the bigeye and capiz shell for that of the mackerel?

    Kenneth
     
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    Its all glass Ken. The white is iridescent.
     
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    Very nice!
     

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