Iridescent Collection Turquoise-IRDTQ, 4 piece set by Windborne Studios
Tammy Newhof, Windborne Studios, creates the artistic Iridescent Collection Turquoise-IRDTQ, cabinet pulls, knobs, and handles. Each art glass piece is hand-cut and kiln fired to achieve a uniquely personal piece of hardware. From classic to quirky, Windborne Studios will add a stylish flair to your cabinets, that is sure to excite the eye. Due to the handmade nature of these products, color and sizes may vary.Handmade in the USA.
* Available Sizes:
* A. 1" Square - 4 piece set
* B. 1.5" Square - 4 piece set
* C. 2" x 1" Rectangle - 4 piece set
* D. 4.5" x 1" Pull - 2 piece set
* All mounting hardware is stainless steel, 8-32 thread size.
* A template will be sent with any pulls ordered. It is an exact 3" center to center laser cut template. If it is not used during the installation process the integrity of the adhesive used may be compromised. Do not use electric drills when placing Windborne Studios hardware on cabinetry.
* Because the four knob sets are made to order and not returnable, you may order a sample piece, with the stipulation, that you pay for the shipping
Shipping: approximately one to two weeks.
For any shipping requirement other than free ground shipping, please call (845) 679-2622, or email email@example.com
Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.
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Windborne Studios features fused glass pulls and handles. Their unique artistic expression is evident in each individually handmade piece. Each art glass piece is hand-cut and kiln fired to achieve a uniquely personal piece of hardware. From classic to quirky Windborne Studios will add a stylish flair that is sure to excite the eye. All mounting hardware is stainless steel, 8-32 thread size.
Tammy Newhof, artist and owner of Windborne Studios, has created more than 100 fused glass drawer pull and knob designs since she started making decorative hardware.
Tammy grew up in an artistic family but spent years thinking the artistic gene had passed her by.
For years, her professional life was filled with medical coding and clerical work, and fine art was left to other branches of the family tree.
“I couldn’t draw,” she said, explaining why she didn’t believe an artistic life was hers to live.
But her life changed dramatically when she took a fused-glass class with her mother-in-law about a decade ago.
The class was a birthday present that led to a new career.
“I was always inspired by glass,” she said, recalling how she immediately clicked with the medium. “I just love the look of it.”
She was trying all kinds of fused glass experiments and decided to get serious. Before long, she had a logo, and Windborne Studios was born — a business she named after her late father-in-law’s sailboat... Read more.