A collectible mercury glass ornament celebrating Washington's Mount Rainier National Park, designed in Seattle by Glass Eye Studio designer Piper O'Neill.
The flat disc shaped glass ornament is approx. 4-1/4" in diameter and 1" thick, with the identical subject on both sides and is produced overseas exclusively for Glass Eye Studio. Comes packaged in a Mount Rainier branded box and includes an info tag.
About Mount Rainer National Park, est. 1899
No trip to Washington is complete without a visit to the nation's fifth national park (and the first to be established after the U.S. Forest Service was created). It is 236,381 acres of valleys, rivers, waterfalls, lakes, subalpine meadows, old-growth forest, wildlife, glaciers and an active stratovolcano located in southeast Pierce County and northeast Lewis County. In 1906 the park welcomed 1,786 visitors, but since then, interest and enthusiasm for the park has steadily increased over the years and in 2019 the park received over 1,500,000 visitors. Hikers, campers, boaters, climbers, cyclers, fishermen, snowshoers, snowboarders, skiers, photographers and more will all find a lifetime of discovery in this iconic park ecosystem.
Note: The name mercury glass is the name given to glass items that are typically made to look like silver with the use of a silvering agent on the inside. Does not contain any actual mercury or silver in the product.