9 edition of The glass bottle tree found in the catalog.
Living together way out in the country, an African American girl and her grandmother have such a close relationship that they communicate without words.
|Statement||by Evelyn Coleman ; illustrated by Gail Gordon Carter.|
|Contributions||Carter, Gail Gordon, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C6746 Gl 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||0531094677, 0531087670|
|LC Control Number||94045921|
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A bottle tree is a type of recycled glass sculpture that is popular with gardeners. Its origins lay in Egypt, where bottles were used to capture spirits. African slaves also kept bottle trees near their quarters to catch spirits with brightly colored glass. To make your own bottle tree, you will need to collect bottles and construct a wooden or Views: K. In Texas, blue bottle trees are called bluebonnet bottle trees. I think this is a very pretty blue tree. Bud Light Platinum now has blue bottles; they can be used on a tree. A bottle tree would brighten up the cold winter garden, and you can add twinkle lights, how pretty would this be? You can make a tiny little tree with cobalt blue bottles.
The Bottle Tree is a short book but packed full. It deals with racial tensions in a turpentine camp located in Central Louisiana during the early s. The characters are well defined and believable and you quickly grow to know and love them. There are some funny spots in the book, /5(4). Glass bottles are easy to label and can be fitted with a colored cap to coordinate with your logo and branding, or as a method for differentiating product types in your line (diet, sugar-free, flavored). We also offer several color options in our glass bottle inventory, including cobalt blue, amber, and green.
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The book has so many illustrations and ideas for all sizes and styles of bottle trees, as well as beautiful glass yard art. There is little how-to information (you can find some good practical tips on ehow); this book is about giving you the feel for what a bottle tree /5(89).
Bottle trees are a tradition brought over by the slaves from Africa. This little book tells the story of the bottle tree elegantly.
I treat it as a coffee table book and it is now visiting a fellow gardening friend and enriching her days. The glass bottle tree book The illustrations are beautiful and I truly love this little book.5/5(5). Alpine Corporation Solar Glass Bottle Tree Stake LED Lights - Metal and Glass Outdoor Pathway Lights - Yard Art Decor - 6" x 6" x 37" out of 5 stars 36 $ $ The folklore that surrounds the origin of bottle trees is truly fascinating.
Glass bottles began circulating through Africa, Egypt, and Mesopotamia in BC. The belief that spirits could live.
My new book on bottle trees - and WAY beyond them, including lots of Dale Chihuly stuff and many never-seen images taken all over the world - will be available in January It is simply the best reference on the history and use of glass as The glass bottle tree book ornaments.
His book, Bottle trees, and website are packed with history, legend, and gorgeous photos. When African slaves arrived in the U.S., they created bottle trees from dead trees or large limbs next to their quarters and adorned them with glass bottles scavenged from garbage piles.
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out of 5 stars $ $ Felder Rushing, author of Bottle Trees and Other Whimsical Glass Art for the the Garden, says, “For years I subscribed to the common thread of lore that dates the origin of bottle trees to the Congo area of Africa in the 9th Century A.D.
But after extensive research, I find that bottle trees and their lore go back much farther in time, and. Our family's bottle tree store has solid steel, Mississippi made Southern Bottle Trees and colored glass bottles to decorate your yard, lawn, or garden.
What a whimsical and lovely look at the use of glass art in gardens. I enjoyed the glass art at the Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix, but also love the homemade bottle trees in this book.
I have to start a bottle collection to go on my own bottle tree!!/5. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about bottle tree bottles. Well you're in luck, because here they come.
There are bottle tree bottles for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average. The most common bottle tree bottles material is glass. The most popular color. You guessed it: green. Set of 6 Pastel Colored Glass Wine Bottles For Bottle Tree Holder Garden Stake. $ +$ shipping.
Make Offer - Set of 6 Pastel Colored Glass Wine Bottles For Bottle Tree Holder Garden Stake. Set of 6 Multi-Colored Glass Wine Bottles For Garden Tree. $ 2d 4h +$ shipping. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about bottle tree. Well you're in luck, because here they come.
There bottle tree for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average. The most common bottle tree material is glass. The most popular color. You guessed it: green. The fastest and most colorful way to dress your bottle tree. Set includes three /4" bottles (one each of amber, red and cobalt blue) and three /2" bottles (one each of green, purple and orange).
Three sets are required to fully adorn one Bottle Tree, sold separately, or mix and match one or two sets with your own bottles. Painted glass. News about Cobalt Blue Glass Bottles: I recently received news from my bottle supplier that cobalt blue glass bottles are now being made in limited runs.
That means the prices on blue glass bottles will be increasing sometime soon. Why. Recyclers do not like taking blue glass because it needs to be separated from other glass. The bottle tree can be traced to African slaves brought to the Charleston area in the ’s.
The descendants of these slaves, known as the Gullah, still reside along the coastal regions of South Carolina and Georgia and they still practice many of the traditions taught to them through the generations.The Glass Bottle Tree by Evelyn Coleman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.In some of my garden books I coined a Latin name for bottle trees - Silica transparencii (for “clear glass), along with whimsical “cultivars” including 'Milk of Magnesia' blue, the mixed-color 'Kaleidoscope Stroke', and even a rare one called 'Texas Bluebonnet' (lower half is all green bottles, capped with blue bottles at the top).