Thursday, 21 February 2013

In Love with Glass Objects? This Is Your Read

Glass is half filled or half empty, how often we have heard this question? Psychiatrists take glass as a tool to measure psycho metrical behavior of their subjects. Archaeologists measure the age of history through traces of glass found in their archaeological sites. Anthropologists use glass to learn more about culture and life styles of earlier civilizations. I have laid my all interests in knowing the beauty and charms being naturally invested to glass and which can be best seen in ornate Glass Chandeliers of Gothic church and to crystalline moldings of freshly vandalized murano glass jewelry. For this time, let’s converge our energies in finding its persona as unbeatable decorative material.

Modern Glass Buildings – Are They Failing Our Histories Old Maxims?

We know glass is really an interesting subject to talk about. From its primordial history to its contemporary use in decors, everything about it is really fascinating. Forged from pure grains of sand, it can come in exquisite ten thousand forms and shapes. In a single breath, I can say 20 times ‘don’t throw stones at others when you yourself live in a glass house’. I am afraid its exaggeration and I am glad I realized it rather quickly. Anyways, the point is, we know this old adage almost since when we first spoke first babbling vowel sounds.
I never realized its meaning until I have seen people living in glass houses.

Now, there are large and spacious glass buildings; hospitals, offices, colleges and many others. They attract our senses because they look inexplicably exotic and beautiful. ‘Don’t throw stones at others while living in glass house’. This wisdom rings truly absurd as long as these buildings are concerned. These glass buildings can’t be broken with mere stones, they are rather bullet proof. Glass becomes unbeatable when it comes to beauty. Light being reflecting and producing vivid ambiance rising sun is a scene to see all along the life.

Why Women Love Glass Objects More Than Anything

Glass is of course beautiful and we have seen that it’s durable too. This is why we see ladies elevating their beauties with murano glass jewelry and people decorating their homes with Italian Chandeliers. But it’s just a start at the subject. There is a world of benefits resting with glass objects.

Elders tell us that a home without ‘feminine presence’ is no home. How ironic is that women don’t think of men this way, instead they believe a house to be no house devoid of glass objects and glass decorations. Nevertheless, they are right in sustaining this argument. Men don’t comply their delicate aesthetics but glass does. Glass shares so many common attributes with their gender. It’s reflects different shades under varying lightings and women also share different moods under varying times.

Glass Ornaments are Durable and Often Inexpensive

Well, glass is of course inexpensive, cheaper than uranium and platinum and from gold and silver as well. But when molded into shapes of art and ornaments, it may become expensive than whole world. Don’t freak out, it was a cheap joke. Glass blowing and molding is rather inexpensive which makes glass object comparatively cheaper than other ornaments.

Most commonly used in murano glass jewelry and home decorative, these glass decorations don’t fall heavy on pockets. You can buy them easily, keep them in home or even gift your friend at their new born baby fiesta.

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