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Patty & Dinah Hulet-Art Glass Chocolate - Round - Lemon Cosmos Mint-15-041LM

Art Glass Chocolate - Round - Lemon Cosmos Mint

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Patty & Dinah Hulet-Art Glass Chocolate - Round - Lemon Cosmos Mint-15-041LM
A bright blossom of confection, just the design to add some color to your Hulet glass candy collection! A sunshiny flower of wintergreen and white icing is meticulously swirled atop a lemon chocolate bonbon, all gorgeously crafted of fine art glass. Each tiny sculpture by Hulet Glass is signed and dated by the artist, mounted on a felt pad, and nestled in a dainty paper wrapper and box.

Art Glass Candy Details

Style of Glass Candy: Round Hearts & Flowers Chocolate
Type of Glass: Effetre Glass
Glass Colors: Lemon Yellow
Mint Green
White Chocolate
Glass Finish: Polished
Candy Dimensions: 2.5cm tall
3.5cm in diameter
Markings: Signed and Dated by the Artist
Artist's Collection: Hearts & Flowers Confections
Artist's Edition: Studio Production

Artist Details

Artist's Name: Patty and Dinah Hulet
Artist's Location: McKinleyville, California, USA
Artist's Technique: Lampwork or Flamework

Patty and Dinah Hulet

Are the creators of Hulet & Hulet Art Glass Confections. In their home studio on the rural coast of northern California, they have been perfecting the recipes for these treats for many playful years. They strive for the perfect balance of color, texture and design to lavishly translate the sinful decadence of gourmet chocolate and candy into the tasteful persona of art glass.

The Hulet sisters have been working together as Hulet Glass for over 25 years and Robin (Dinah's daughter) joined the business as a partner in 2007. All work created by Hulet Glass is done by the three talented women with no employees, assistants or apprentices. Dinah has been working in art glass for over 36 years and her work has been exhibited nationally in museum shows and fine art galleries.

In late 2005, Hulet Glass introduced the Glass Chocolates and began to build a following for the delectable collectibles. In 2007 they exhibited the chocolates at the Buyer's Market of American Crafts in Philadelphia. It was the first time that the glass chocolates were seen at a wholesale show and the buyer response was amazing.

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