Stained glass gnome plant stakes. With gemstone noses. I mean, come on. What better gift for a plant lover who also is a gnome lover?These stakes measure approximately 12-15", depending on the piece. Each one is perched on a stake made from either copper or brass. The boopable gemstone nose is layered on top of the stained glass piece. Some are adorned with wire, as shown in each image. These are all I have left from the many I sold at shows this year! See more plant stakes here
I make every stained glass piece in my shop. It's traditional, Tiffany-method stained glass. I'm an artist who'd been creating stained glass artwork for nearly 20 years, from the Pacific Northwest.
Plant stake artwork is mounted on a 9" or 12” copper or brass stake.
While they can be used outside, it is NOT recommended, for the beauty and longevity of the artwork.
If you do use your plant stake outside, I recommend:
- use it under cover from the elements
- keep it out of the sun and rain/snow
- bring it inside during extremely hot or cold temperatures
All artwork on the GlassyRock Arts website is hand-made by Pacific Northwest stained glass artist Noelle Barnes
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Each piece of art I create is unique and individual because of the special qualities of the glass used. They take time, experience, and patience to create, with stained glass artisans taking years to specialize and become experts in their craft. Artists in stained glass take great pride in their work, and the work you see here is no exception. I enjoy immensely the beauty and special qualities of the items I solder together in every piece I create.