Achla G6-M-14S Mandarin Crackle Glass Gazing Globe With Stand
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Named spheres of light by Antonio Neri in 1612, the first gazing globes date back to 13th century Venice. Popularized in the Victorian era, the mirrored finish provided a fish-eye view of the entire garden and they were believed to fend off misfortune and deliver happiness and joy. Add color, charm, and good luck to your garden with these sparkling garden jewels from ACHLA Designs. These glass balls are blown in a layered technique that gives a crackly appearance over the colored glass and mirror finish while retaining structural integrity. The three hand forged leaves of the Trestle Stand cradle your gazing ball for delicate support. Spiked feet at the base ring can be pushed right into plantings, lawns or garden beds.
A traditional garden ornament of Victorian England, the mirrored finish of the Gazing Ball provided a fish-eye view of the entire garden and was believed to fend off misfortune and deliver happiness and joy. Add color, charm, and good luck to your garden with these sparkling garden jewels from ACHLA Designs.
Hand-blown in a layered technique that gives a crackly appearance over the colored glass finish while retaining structural integrity. In a brilliant Mandarin orange glass that will not fade with time and sunlight, the interiors are mirrored for a reflective and brilliant sparkling surface.
Each 6" diameter globe has a stem at the base that keeps it sitting securely in the stand. Sealed with a rubber gasket at the base to prevent moisture damage to the interior.
Spiked feet on the wrought iron Trestle Stand push right into soil, perfect for planters, intimate rock gardens and garden beds
Ball and Stand measure 18-in H, with 6-in diameter globe
Material: Hand-blown Glass
2nd Material: Wrought Iron
2nd Finish: Black Powdercoat Finish
Assembly Required: No
Achla Product Number: G6-M-14S