This slumped wine bottle has been upcycled and kiln-formed to make a serving tray with a handle. It's a lovely addition to a charcuterie board or gift basket.Cheese spreader included. It measures approximately 11.75″ L x 4.25″ W.
The tray makes a unique gift and a great conversation piece.
Each is unique and one of a kind. Handwash only.
Made in Toms River, NJ USA
This tray can also be custom etched by the artist for an additional charge. Contact Noele Alampi, WheatonArts gallery manager, at 856-825-6800, x154 for details. Please allow a minimum of two weeks for customization and additional time for shipping.
Marcy Peterson received her BA in Fine Arts from Rowan University, and studied e-business with graduate work in marketing. Marcy was employed at WheatonArts full-time from 1994 to 2022. While continuing to work with nonprofits today, she prioritizes her artistic abilities and indulges her innovation and creativity.
Marcy first joined WheatonArts as director of the gallery where she represented many artists for 13 years. She richly expanded her creative studies with artists, including Paul Stankard, Lucartha Kohler, and Sally Prasch.
Marcy is exploring and fine-tuning her kiln-formed glass and custom etching processes. She explains, “Cast and fused glass have been my favorites to have and to hold. There is a tactile aspect to the finished work that appeals to me. Now I have the opportunity to design and produce original works. Whether small production or original one-of-a-kind pieces, it is incredibly satisfying to put my originality, inspiration, and history into what I do every day.” #MarcyHP