Steampunk Goggles Dragon Eye with Stash Jar
These Steampunk goggles would make a fun set of safety glasses, enhance a top hat or wear for Cosplay, they have clear glass lenses. I made these using old welding goggles removing the dark lenses and then wire worked cogs and gears to one side and soldered them in place. For the other side of the goggles I painted a dragon eye on a clear glass cabochon then affixed it to the screw-top lid of a small stash jar. Then I wire worked the jar to the side of the goggles and soldered a gecko over the top. When I was done I distressed the goggles with back smudges.
The elastic head strap and nose strap are adjustable and one size fits all
More about us:
Bill has been torching glass since 1993 and started Aspen Hot Glass in 2001.
Bill and Rae are full-time artists from Corvallis Montana. “We are science geeks to glassblowers”. They both have technical backgrounds in the high tech avionics industry but left the corporate life to live their dream.
Bill became a full-time artist and started blowing glass in 1993 and Rae left the corporate world in 2002 to be with Bill and become a glassblower. In 2016 Rae began incorporating metalworking, dragon attire, and Steampunk designs into their glass art. Together they live on a small farm that includes orchards, an extensive garden with a greenhouse, Steampunk shop, Torch shop for torchwork glass blowing, Bills Man Cave equipped with an electronics wing and Brewhouse.
Their farm has fantastic views overlooking the Bitterroot Valley of Montana. Together they spread love and harmony, sharing this fantastic journey called life.
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Check out my Steampunkery YouTube video at https://youtu.be/iIXz49E6YZM
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