Studio Sale

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If Glass Guild members would like to contact me before items are listed in the market, they’ll get the best price. Available now:34 pcs H lead came 3/16” x 6’ $170.
Safety equipment for natural gas/ forced air automatic furnace system $500.
82″w x 62.5″d x 13”h galvanized hood and 14” x 12’ stack $500
100 # electric glass blowing furnace, new elements and crucible (240 volt 45 amps) not for boro $5000
Vitrolite: 1/2” Art Deco glass, red, orange, yellow, dark blue, black, opal. Various odd sizes
Electric glass blowing garage. You’ve seen the gas garage where the gaffer assistant stores a preblown bit, while the gaffer works on another piece, and they combine the two pieces. This is an electric garage where the assistant hangs the first piece on the pipe in the electric garage until the gaffer needs it. Advanced equipment for sculptural pieces. $1000
Glass blowing hand tools: Right and left hand jacks, shears and such. Fenton Glass lehr tongs.
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Email: parkerglass2@comcast.net

MOVING SALE

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From: Amy Machesic <rainshinestudio@gmail.com>
My family and I are moving to Pennsylvania in 2 weeks!  I’m taking as much of my stained glass studio as I can manage (And I think I’ve even convinced my husband to pack my shop first – because, you know – glass is heavy!)  BUT… there are some things to purge. 

If interested in browsing or visiting please contact me to make an appointment: 503-739-2463

LOTS of FREE scrap for mosaics, ornaments, etc.

STUFF FOR SALE…
sheets of 1/8″ mirror 28×60
window glass
clear textured glass
bevels
1 grinder – “The Wiz”
small stained glass pieces
stained glass hobbyist books
squares
copper foil
window sash frames
work surfaces (drywall and counter top)
2 rotating garment racks used for displays

AND Plant sale – list in progress
bonsai
small potted trees
fruit trees
kitchen herbs

no guarantee of fusibility on any glass – I’ve acquired lots of collections and box lots.

The remainder of my inventory will be on display through next week until I get it packed.

Wanted: Oxygen Concentrator

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Hello! I am a jeweler, and looking to switch from using tanks to an oxygen concentrator for a safer home studio. I’ve been told my local lamp workers would be the best resource to learn more, or find a used concentrator. Is there a better way you can recommend connecting with folks for this?

Thanks so much, Emma

hello@emmabrookejewelry.com, 360-608-3648