Style #9 - Beaded Champagne Bottle Catchall Tray in Collaboration with Beth Ladd Collections
Style #9 - Beaded Champagne Bottle Catchall Tray in Collaboration with Beth Ladd Collections

Style #9 - Beaded Champagne Bottle Catchall Tray in Collaboration with Beth Ladd Collections

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About the art:  

$65 each. 4x4" catchall tray created with high quality, clear acrylic and poured with layers of epoxy resin and suspended faux gold leaf, featuring an assortment of colorful beaded champagne bottles and glasses created by Beth Ladd Collections all on top of a pearlescent white base for the ultimate pop in color and sparkle!

For everyday use: Versatile for all rooms, reasons and seasons. A safe landing place for your valuables on your desk, nightstand, bathroom vanity and beyond. Food safe and heat safe up to 120F/50C, made to work well with the heat from a hot mug. However, hotter temperatures such as that produced from a frying pan or casserole dish straight from the oven are typically too hot and could cause irreparable damage to the resin surface.

Caring for your art: Use a soft clean cloth to wipe down this acrylic tray. Even cured resin may be susceptible to scratches, gentle use is recommended. To remove stickiness use a soft damp cloth. **CAUTION: Do not use Windex or other glass cleaners on acrylic. Avoid direct sunlight to preserve clarity of the resin over time.

Products and colors used vary, therefore no one original handmade piece is ever exactly like another and truly a unique product. Pieces are made by pouring many layers of epoxy resin, curing before each new layer. When the two part epoxy resin is mixed before pouring, it will naturally contain micro bubbles, some of which will remain even after the heating process to remove larger bubbles. While every effort is pursued to create a perfect glasslike finish to your art, due to the nature of resin, at times a micro particle may settle on the surface of the resin while curing. These small particles are only visible upon extremely close inspection and though we always aim as close to perfection as possible, some particles may still remain.