06 July 2010

New patterns in glass from New Ravenna



Since yesterday was a run through of some New Ravenna Mosaic patterns in stone, today's going to be all about their new work in glass. Sara Baldwin and the rest of the gang at New Ravenna have been pushing the envelope so far as glass mosaics go in recent years and their use of a water jet is as revolutionary as it is exquisite. The following are some of my favorites from the patterns they debuted at Coverings this year.








Exmore, VA-based New Ravenna Mosaic and Stone designs and builds some of the most exquisite mosaics available. The work in catalog and custom orders and will everything in their power to make your project as stunning as it's possible to be. New Ravenna's artisans turn the ordinary to the extraordinary. You can see the rest of their new patterns on their website.

12 comments:

  1. Normally not a huge mosaic fan but these two posts are incredible!!

    Unrelated info - was waiting to be your 100th google friend follower but I waited too long and missed it!! #104 is still special right?! ; )

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  2. These are beautiful. Amazing work. Wonderful patterns. I just know the photos don't convey their real beauty!

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  3. Julie: Thanks!

    Saucy: Thanks for weighing in. Where have you been, we've missed you so. And yes, #104 is very special. In fact, it's a higher number than 100 and that makes it better automatically.

    Cyra: Have you ever looked at New Ravenna's collections before?

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  4. THANK YOU PAUL. Good things will be awaiting you in heaven :)

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  5. just been on lazy radio silence for a few weeks - but I always read you!! I have to get my fix!

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  6. Sara: You are welcome, thanks for beautifying the world!

    Saucy: I can hum a few bars of that tune.

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  7. Hey Paul....I used "fiona glass" in my kitchens.com icon design. LOVE it. And came out pretty close on their renderings!

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  8. Did you ever connect with Sara B. About selling their wares?

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  9. Thanks, Paul. We can always trust your eye.

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  10. Just beautiful works!

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  11. Thanks for checking in from Brazil!

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