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All that glass...

posted Apr 28, 2015, 11:09 AM by Jennifer Lawlor





The edges of these glass pieces have been smoothed.

~

It's time to get busy.

Re-purpose,
Re-imagine,
Recreate.

Ushering in 2015

posted Jan 3, 2015, 9:56 AM by Jennifer Lawlor

2014
was a great year for us as we continued to grow in both skill and business. This year alone the Princess collection was born along with our Leather pieces which cater to both male and female shoppers. Some of our pendants were crafted using Okinawan Vase pieces and we found a love for using Swarovski Crystals with our elegant designs. We also took custom orders for two clients, creating one-of-a-kind necklaces that were priceless & personal.


RiverGlass Creations is excited to usher in the new year. We are eager to share new products and create new relationships with local business owners. Some items that we hope to add to our collection this year are votive candle holders and soap dishes. RiverGlass Creations will continue to create the unique, wearable art it is know for with hopes of adding rings to the mix as well.

We hope that this year finds you with great joy and success.

Here's to
2015!

Why RiverGlass Creations?

posted Oct 29, 2014, 1:06 PM by Jennifer Lawlor

Why RiverGlass Creations?
Nothing speaks more volumes than pictures and these pictures tell you why.

This is what you will see along the banks of the Hudson River.



From afar it is deceiving but when you are walking along the shoreline you can not take a step without touching glass.




RiverGlass Creations has barely put a dent in the amount of glass that we see but we strive to clear this part of the Hudson and much more.

Please partner with us in our efforts.

Visit our store and see what RiverGlass Creations is doing with the glass we collect from this very spot along the Hudson River.

Updating

posted Aug 22, 2014, 5:40 PM by Jennifer Lawlor   [ updated Aug 22, 2014, 5:54 PM ]

We have been updating, updating, and updating. Our shop selections, websites, and social media sites have all been under renovation as we prepare to head into the fall and shortly after the holiday season. RiverGlass Creations has been busy creating beautiful jewelry and we are continually adding new items to our store front at Etsy.


Please follow us on facebook, twitter, and google+ to stay up-to-date on all of our new items!

It's Cyber-Monday!

posted Dec 2, 2013, 6:04 AM by Jennifer Lawlor   [ updated Dec 2, 2013, 6:15 AM ]

For today only, RiverGlass Creations is offering an extra 25% off any item $40 and greater when you use
coupon code: HOLIDAY2013

Visit our Shop page now
and take advantage of these great savings!



Cyber-Monday

posted Dec 1, 2013, 4:59 PM by Jennifer Lawlor   [ updated Dec 1, 2013, 5:14 PM ]

RiverGlassCreations™ has reduced it previously listed items for the holiday buying season
and
we will be offering a coupon code for
an additional 25% off
for
Cyber-Monday!

Shop tomorrow and use coupon code holiday2013 for 25% off all purchases $40 and greater!


Visit our Shop or go to RiverGlass Creations
to see all of our sale items.




Ribbon Necklaces

posted Feb 12, 2013, 5:53 PM by Jennifer Lawlor   [ updated Feb 12, 2013, 6:30 PM ]

RiverGlass Creations™ has begun a new series of jewelry pieces.          


This new array of pendant
necklaces is fashioned
with organza ribbon and
hand-made clasps.


These necklaces still have the same hand-crafted pendants made from our collection of RiverGlass™ gathered from the shores of the Hudson River. Each glass piece we pick up is brought back to our workshop where it is cleaned, smoothed to remove sharp edges, and polished to give it a finished look. They are then wrapped with copper or sterling silver wire. These exquisite pendants are then suspended on bands of elegant ribbon to complete the necklace.



The biggest difference between our ribbon-pendant necklaces and our previous listings is the amount of time that is needed to create each necklace. Up until now all of our necklaces have had an abundance of wire work which is completed in our workshop. This takes much time. By utilizing ribbon in place of our bead and wire chains we are able to cut time and also cost. We are now able to offer two price ranges in our shop.



 Be sure to visit our shop to see all of our wonderful necklaces!

This necklace can be found in our Etsy store.

Where Eco Meets Elegant!
Re-purposed, Reimagined, Recreated.







Valentine's Day Special

posted Feb 7, 2013, 12:32 PM by Jennifer Lawlor   [ updated Feb 8, 2013, 10:10 AM ]




Valentine's Day is next Thursday!
Receive 40% off at RiverGlassCreations by using coupon code:
Valentine2013








Who is your special someone?







Give a gift that gives.

Partner with RiverGlass™ Creations

in our efforts to take care of and protect our environment.

Visit our shop at www.riverglasscreations.etsy.com






Blue RiverGlass™

posted Feb 5, 2013, 11:43 AM by Jennifer Lawlor   [ updated Feb 12, 2013, 7:00 PM ]

One of my favorite colors in RiverGlass™ to work with is the brilliant blue. While there is an abundance of clear, green, and brown glass scattered over the banks of the Hudson River, blue and especially red glass 
aren't quite as abundant. When I do find blue glass, however, I am always excited to create with it because it is a bold, beautiful color.


I absolutely love the necklace we currently have available through our online store which features blue RiverGlass™ wrapped in copper wire and combined with lampwork beads, mille fiori beads, and sea green jade beads.



Visit our store to learn more about this magnificent necklace.





Coming soon.....

posted Jan 18, 2013, 2:04 PM by Jennifer Lawlor   [ updated Jan 18, 2013, 2:29 PM ]

Very soon RiverGlass Creations™ will be posting pictures of new necklaces available in our shop, sharing updates on what is going on in and out of our workshop, finishing our "Endangered Rivers of the World" series, and posting new events - both local and worldwide.

We are looking forward to what the new year will bring!

...coming soon to www.riverglasscreations.etsy.com

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