A stained glass chalice in a box of chocolates – with a view of the sea
A box of stained glass chocolates in a jar and an old fashioned door handle.
The box contains a box full of chandeliers and a wooden door handle that is a piece of art from a family history of art in the town of Amorosa, Florida.
The art, a stained glass window frame, is one of several pieces in the family museum collection that has been sold.
This is the third chandeliad that the family has sold.
The family has also sold a set of wooden door handles that were donated by the family of a man who died at the age of 93, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
According to the Times, the man’s wife donated the handles because they are “totally unique” to the family.
Another of the chandelias is one that was donated by a woman who died in 1995, according the Times.