SURI ELISE & CO
THIS IS US
In the year of 2001, I lived in the Bavarian region of Germany. I was fortunate enough to travel to eleven countries. I was able to visit many beautiful places where glassblowing ornaments is still practiced and lovely ornaments are produced.
I started to collect Inge-Glas in 2001. Our families collection is vast and our love of these pieces or art, has only grown with time. I collect for our family, with the idea that one day, these heirloom ornaments will be passed down to our daughter, Suri Elise.
We are a military family of over thirty-years of service to the United States, and this has enabled us to travel extensively.
I love the hunt for an ornament, so if ever you desire a particular one, I will do my best to find it for you.
My family is also German, from the area of Kassel, which connects me to these German pieces in many heartfelt ways. I prefer European glass to any other.
This is me, Alesha.
This is my father Eugene and I.
Santa and I have been friends for a long time.
ENCHANTING GLASS ORNAMENTS
The quality of European glass is superior, these ornaments will last a very long time, if wrapped and stored properly. I am happy to instruct you in proper ornament storage and provide you with supplies, or links to other businesses we support.
On my blog page, I have a post about proper storage and packing materials that will prolong the beauty, color, of your glass heirloom ornaments.
The ornaments I adore are the ones that are made by artisan glass blowers from a long lineage of glassblowing families. Inge-Glas in particular is a fifteen generation glass ornament company.
All of the ornaments that we carry are European glass. They are hand-printed and handmade.