Fused Grey Goose Vodka Bottle

alcohol-grey-goose-vodka.jpg This is a picture of a fused Grey Goose Vodka Bottle.  Don’t you just love the way the mountain scene from the back of the bottle shows through after fusing?  The mountain scene even wraps around the sides of the bottle and just a little onto the front.  The flying geese are on the front of the bottle.  

There is a large goose on the front of the bottle that is sort of hidden.  It may take you awhile to find it!!


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13 Responses to “Fused Grey Goose Vodka Bottle”

  1. steve price Says:

    Can you please e-mail how I can get something like this done in KY?

  2. Becky Scotland Says:

    Love the work you do with wine and alcohol bottles. I work at a pottery studio in Delaware and we have been thinking about trying this technique. Any tips would be helpful. We have been doing System 96 Fused Glass for a couple years so it’s not too big a stretch. I have some bottles……a bottle mold……..the kiln and shelf paper.

  3. Christine Masters Says:

    Hi Steve,

    I would look for a local art glass shop who fuse glass. If all you can find is a stained glass shop, ask them if they know anybody.

    If you can’t seem to find anything, just let me know and I can make one for you.


  4. Christine Masters Says:

    Hi Becky,

    Thanks for the compliments about my wine and alcohol bottles!!

    I wrote an article and it’s on my website: “How to Fuse a Wine Bottle.” It should explain most everything you need to know to fuse a wine bottle. Here is the link: http://www.mastersglassart.com/new375020.html. If you have a question, don’t hesitate to send me an email.

    Good luck and I want to see pictures of how your wine bottle turns out!!

    Thanks again,

  5. Laurel Holliday Says:

    Are you selling these? How much would the Grey Goose be with shipping to Florida? Thanks.

  6. Christine Masters Says:

    Yes, I am selling them on my website: http://www.mastersglassart.com/catalog359387.html. I would need to know your zip code to determine shipping to Florida. The fused Grey Goose bottle costs $12, plus shipping and handling.


  7. Laurel Holliday Says:

    zip is 32223.

  8. Viola Says:

    Very Nice bottle!

  9. glassart Says:

    Hi Viola,

    Thanks! I enjoy making these into spoon rests, too.


  10. Nazar Says:

    I still can’t find a large hidden goose! )
    Any tips?

    • glassart Says:

      Hi Nazar,

      Do you see a black dot to the upper left of the flying white goose at the top of the bottle? That is the goose’s eye. Its black beak is just to the left of the eye. Does this help?


  11. Riley Wollan Says:

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