Singing Tower Suncatcher

Dating back to Ancient Egypt and Rome, colored glass boasts humble beginnings in painted vases and small jeweled objects.  In the 4th and 5th centuries, a stained glass effect was achieved by filling early Christian church windows with thinly sliced alabaster, but the art form did not reach it's peak until the Middle Ages.  Medieval glass blended perfectly with the elaborate Gothic architecture of the time, affording more ornate and intricate designs and colors to adorn the windows of European cathedrals.  Still celebrated today, glass painting honors the modest origins of stained windows while employing environmentally-friendly lead-free techniques.

Brighten up any window with our Singing Tower Suncatcher! Custom made by AMIA Studios, the nation's top-selling designer and maker of innovative window art and handpainted glass. Designed from an antique Singing Tower postcard, our suncatcher is a one-of-a-kind teasure!

Dimensions: 5" X 7"

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