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Wedding glass cube

A stunning reminder of that mazaltov moment! This clear rectangular cube captures the moment when the glass is broken under the chuppah.
Send in the actual broken glass (or light bulb) from the ceremony, and it will be suspended in a clear Lucite block.
We recommend you use a coloured glass,(not painted) not too thick and not too thin
Each block is painstakingly hand-cast by skilled artisans who embed each shard of glass by hand and then carefully hand sand, buff, polish, and engrave your cube with the bride and grooms name and date of marriage
Extra glass can be added by the artisans to augment the shape
If you wish to have the glass inside the Lucite Cube with the stem as per shape in image and you have not used a stemmed glass, a clear glass stem and base can be added
Image is for illustrative purposes only, so actual glass cube may differ from image.
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Buying this as a Jewish wedding gift? Please let us know if you would like us to inform the bride and groom before the chuppah
Frosted engraving is free but you can choose coloured engraving for an additional cost (£10.00)
Beveled edge is also available as an extra (£10.00)
We will contact you once this item has been purchased to ensure we have all the correct details
As each item is hand crafted delivery time after receiving the shards is approx 10- 15 weeks

Item No. 77519
Size 14.6 x 9.5 cm
Price £345.00
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