This Exceptional Wedding Gift Makes An Amazing Transformation! Mark Rosenbaum Starts By Creating A Blown Glass Ball With An Ideal Thickness To Step On At The Wedding. After The Wedding He Then Takes Your Broken Glass And Heats It Into A Molten Form. Then Using A Glass Blowing Technique, He Carefully Creates Your One Of A Kind Wedding Glass Paperweight.
Here's How It Works: 1. Select One Of The 16 Glass Ball Colors. Whatever Color You Select For Your Vessel Will Be The Same Color Used In Your Vase.
2. We Will Send You The Glass Vessel Contained Inside Of A White Satin Pouch.
3. After The Wedding You Will Mail Us Back The Broken Glass.
4. The Artist Will Use Your Glass Mixed With Clear Glass And A Solid Base Color Complimenting Your Broken Glass To Create A One Of A Kind, Glass Paperweight. Your Cherished Wedding Gift Will Be Sent Back To You In Approximately 8-10 Weeks.
The Blown Glass Paperweight Is Approximately 4" In Diameter. The 4.5" X 3.5" Glass Ball Is Blown Very Thin For Easy Breaking Under The Chuppah. Select From 16 Different Glass Ball Colors.
Please Note:This Keepsake Can Only Be Created Using The Supplied Blown Glass Ball.
Please Note:This Paperweight Can Only Be Created Using The Supplied Blown Glass Ball. No Other Glass Or Additions Can Be Used. The Wedding Glass Vessels Are Now Made With Several Score Marks To Ensure That They Will Break Easily And Alleviate Any Of Your Concerns Regarding Thick Glass.
*Please Note: An Additional Shipping Fee Will Be Added To Your Regular Shipping Cost At Checkout To Cover The Additional Shipping Charges Of Sending Your Glass To And From The Artist's Studio. This Item Does Not Qualify For Any Free Shipping Promotion.
Wedding Glass FAQ
Crushed Wedding Glass Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Glass Vessel?
A Glass Vessel Is What The Groom Steps On At The End Of The Jewish Wedding Ceremony. Everyone Then Shouts "Mazel Tov!" There Are Several Other Names This Glass Can Be Called; Groom's Glass, Chuppah Glass, Smash Glass, Crush Glass.
Do I Have To Use The Glass Vessel That Comes With This Keepsake?
Yes, The Glass Blowing Process Is Unique. The Same Glass Used To Blow The Glass Vessel Is The Only Type Of Glass That Can Be Used To Blow The Finished Wedding Glass Keepsake.
What Do I Do With The Glass Vessel Once It Is Broken At The Wedding?
Mail Us The Broken Glass So The Artist Can Create Your One Of A Kind Keepsake. We Recommend That You Put The Glass And Pouch Inside Of A Plastic Bag And Send It In A Box So The Glass Is Secure. We Suggest That You Send The Box With Some Type Of Tracking So You Are Assured That It Has Reached Us. It Is Important The You Enclose A Copy Of Either Your Original Order, Packing Slip Or Gift Card Along With Your Current Contact Information.
Please Mail To: TraditionsJewishGifts.com 2836 NW 22nd Terrace Pompano Beach, FL 33069
When Will I Receive My Finished Keepsake?
Once We Receive Your Glass You Can Expect It To Take The Artist Between 3-4 Months To Create Your Keepsake. The Keepsake Will Be Shipped To You Along With The Pouch That Your Glass Arrived In. If There Is Any Unused Glass It Will Also Be Returned.
Why Does It Take So Long?
The Artist Is Creating This Wonderful Work Of Art By Hand. Each And Every Piece Is Personally Created For You With Your Own Wedding Glass. Wedding Glass Keepsakes Are Very Popular Wedding Gifts And The Artists Are Always Quite Busy With Orders.
Please Contact Us If You Have Additional Questions About How This Works
Email: info@TraditionsJewishGifts.com Toll Free Phone: 1-800-493-0520 or 954-984-5190
Published by Sarah on Oct 16th 2021
The breaking glass was so beautiful it was a shame to step on it but it broke easily and the paperweight is so cool! I can't believe it is our wedding glass inside.