The Riders Suncatcher
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A suncatcher inspired by the kingdom of Rohan, or the Riddermark- a great kingdom of men known for its horse riders, the Rohirrim, in The Lord of the Rings. The suncatcher is handmade from beveled glass, which catches the light when placed in sunlight, and a textured green stained glass, which I have handpainted with imagery inspired by the Riddermark. The central motif is a horse's head with flowing mane, and above and below are my interpretations of the white Simbelmynë flowers. Each glass piece is painted and fired to an enamel finish.
I am a huge fan of the books and films, so great care was taken in interpreting this design into stained glass.
“That, I guess, is the language of the Rohirrim," the Elf commented, "for it is like to this land itself; rich and rolling in part, and else hard and stern as the mountains. But I cannot guess what it means, save that it is laden with the sadness of mortal men.”
The Two Towers
Available in either copper or silver finish (shown here in copper). The silver version will have both the metal and painting in silver. Sold individually.
Width: 2.75" (at widest point)
Handmade to order by ABJ Glassworks using lead-free solder and environmentally friendly techniques.