Here you can observe the craftsmanship of hand made glass engraving. The first piece it's a Steuben plate and represents the inexorable assaults of Union General James Harrison Wilson and his troopers (April 1865, Selma, Alabama) as they broke the Confederate defences and destroyed the final bastion of southern arsenals. This engraving it's made after ''Wilson's Charge'' of Don Stivers. The second it's a Steuben bowl and represents The battle of Rich Mountain, Beverly Pike, VA. between a division of General McClellan's command led by General Rosecrans, and the confederate under General Pegram July 12th 1861. Finaly, the third one is the largest Steuben bowl I ever seen and engraved. This is one of the greatest works I ever done-"In Memory Of Those Who Died In The Civil War". All my works are uniques, one of a kind.I hope you'll enjoy watching them.
|Posted by edmondartglass on January 9, 2010 at 6:33 PM||7636 Views|