These beautiful glass garden sculptures are made with a special process which has been devised and patented by Juliette. She has named the range, Fraactala ©. Each element is handcrafted in different coloured glass before being fused together to form the whole.
The disc is then mounted on a specially commissioned stand which can easily be pressed into a lawn or flowerbed. The stand is made of steel and finished with a black gloss paint.
The glass sculpture will give a great focal point year round and is particulatly effective with the sun shining through
All my Fractaala sculptures have been named after an island somewhere in the world. The colouring on this one reminds me of ice and glaciers so I have named it after Anvers island, which is set in the Antartic and was one of the first places ever discovered in that region. It has been used as a base station by the British Antartic Surveyin the 1950's and later was loaned to the Americain government for use as a scientific centre.