It all began when the passion became a business, but the business became more of a way to share the passion and has grown to what you see today.
Our studio started as a 12 square foot area on the balcony of our one bedroom apartment and has grown to a 600 square foot area where the creative magic happens. Plus our 288 square foot shop at Koroneburg Renaissance Festival, our 180 square foot booth at Vista Viking Festival and our occasional presence at the Escondido Renaissance Faire (plan on seeing us there as our third "in person" venue more often).
As gifts were made and given through the years, one of the responses was always, "...you should sell your pieces." So here we are.
Our initial marketplace was small farmers markets and church Christmas bizarres, which evolved into Renaissance faires and a Viking Festival as our primary "in person" venues. Now, courtesy of COVID-19, we are building up our digital venue. Shipping the dragons and gryphons and some of the larger items should be an interesting feat. But nonetheless, I can still share my passion for stained glass and fascination of all things Celtic.
Please browse our shop for gifts for others or a special treat for yourself. We have lots of "pretty shiny things." If you see a piece that you like, but would like it in different colors, we can do that.
If you don't see a piece you're looking for which you may have seen in our shop or booth, contact us. We do custom orders as well.
Oh, and why "Almost" All Things Celtic? Well, there's traditional stained glass, the Arts & Crafts and Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as Victorian and Modern styles, but bringing a Celtic knot or 3-d Dragon to "life" is awesome. So I could just do the traditional stained glass or only the Celtic items or better yet, both, which brings us to almost all items having a Celtic-theme to them, or not. :-)
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