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Turkey Square Plate

Glass Fusion
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Turkey Square Plate

Glass Fusion
The cute Turkey Square Plate is the perfect piece to add to any home in celebration of the Thanksgiving season. This eye-catching glass plate features a timeless square design with facets and a bold colorful vintage-inspired aesthetic. This piece is adorned with playful artwork of a whimsical Thanksgiving turkey surrounded by seasonal gourds for a festive feel. Created by Lori Siebert, this piece sits alongside a line of playful home goods, décor and media artwork captured in glassware with bright colors and iridescent finishes for unforgettable and display-worthy designs. This festive square plate is the perfect present for any holiday host or hostess.
Created by Lori Siebert
The Details
  • Size: 11"sq.
  • Inner Pack Size: 5.6"H x13.1"W x13.3"D
  • Master Carton Size: 14"H x13.7"W x17.3"D
  • Materials: glass
  • Seasonality: FALL
  • Care Instructions: Handwash Only, Not Intended for Microwave Use
  • Copyright: © 2020 Lori Siebert for DEMDACO
  • UPC: 638713566898
The Artist

Lori Siebert

For artist Lori Siebert, creative inspiration is as close as her family. This focus on meaningful relationships is a common thread apparent throughout her collections. At the age of seven, Lori began taking art lessons and won a ribbon for her painti

ng at a local fair. From that day forward, art became an essential part of her life. Taking classes to expand her talent led to a degree in graphic design and opening her design firm, Olika Studio. Now, she splits her time between her home studio and

mentoring a growing number of talented designers at Olika Studio. With a mix of media from acrylics and watercolors to torn paper and clay, Lori’s eclectic work spans sculpture, painting and illustration. Her designs feature unique materials and i

nspiring hand-lettered texts, and her influences include vintage quilts, her children's drawings and quirky folk asked to define her style, Lori says, “I like to be a bit of a chameleon. Experimentation with different styles and mediums feeds my i

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