WELCOME TO THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF FORMA VITRUM COLLECTING
YOU ARE LOOKING AT A BEAUTIFUL COLLECTORS ITEM KNOW AS
"COMMUNITY CHAPEL #1767"
YOU WILL RECEIVE THE BUILDING ONLY
FROM THE VITREVILLE VILLAGE
SIZE: H 11" W 6" D 8.5"
THIS IS AN ORIGINAL PIECE AND IS A ONE OWNER PIECE COMING FROM A SMOKE FREE HOME. DUE TO ITS AGE THIS IS A HARD TO FIND ITEM AND TRULY A WONDERFUL COLLECTOR'S TREASURE. IN ADDITION TO THE BEAUTY OF THIS PIECE, IT IS ALSO A GREAT INVESTMENT; MOST COLLECTOR PLATES HAVE STEADLY INCREASED IN VALUE FROM YEAR TO YEAR. IF YOU ARE A COLLECTOR OF FINE ITEMS.THIS IS A MUST FOR YOUR COLLECTION.
WE WILL SELL AND SHIP TO THE USA AND CANADA ONLY
WE WILL SELL TO OUR FRIENDS IN CANADA ONLY IF PAID VIA A PAYPAL ACCOUNT.
POSTAL INSURANCE IS OFFERED ON EVERY SALE FOR A NOMINAL FEE ($3.00) AND ALTHOUGH NOT REQUIRED IT IS RECOMMENDED, THE SELLER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOST OR DAMAGED ITEMS AFTER POSTAGE DATE.
Stained Glass Treasures by Bill Job
The Bill Jobs collection was originally inspired by the warmth and timeless beauty of stained glass works created by craftsmen for centuries. The detail found in the early works of the collections was made possible by the stained glass techniques developed by Louis Comfort Tiffany in the 19th century. Each tiny piece of glass was handcut from a large sheet of colored glass. The edges of the piece were then smoothed and wrapped in colored foil, arranged and soldered together.
After working in the traditional style for many years, the Bill Job Collections are now revolutionizing the stained glass field with new techniques. The traditional Tiffany methods are still used but Bill Job has expanded the art form by merging spin-cast metal framework and attachments, along with blown, fused and slumped glass into the designs. By combining so many media into a single piece of art, these collections offer the quality and detail never before seen in architectural works of stained glass. Each Bill Job design is truly an individual work of art, and the innovative techniques of this master craftsman are setting a new standard for stained glass art.
The Vitreville, or”glass village” collection, is modeled after the small towns that grew up throughout the United States. The buildings reflect a traditional style and quality characteristic of people who build houses to last generations. The townspeople name each house after the profession of the resident, and the house is seen as a valued part of the community. The houses are meticulously cared for, and the families proudly light their houses at night to show off the beauty.