DNA crop circle incense holder
$22.00 / Sold Out
This design is based on a beautiful crop circle that appeared in England in 1996. One of my favorites! 648' long and it contains 89 circles. This "DNA double helix" design was found in barley at Alton Barnes in Wiltshire UK on the 17th of june 1996.
I re-created the image with a software program on my computer, and made it into a decal using my decal printer, then sandblasted the design into the top layer of the glass. I then re-fired them in the kiln to gloss them all back up again, then slumped them into the curved shapes.
These incense burners measure approximately 2.5" x 10" long, and have a small hole in the end to hold incense sticks.
Signed and dated on the back.
I use all Bullseye 90COE soft glass.