Glass Elements necklace featuring a fused glass cobalt blue cabochon set in a swirling ribbon pendant available at The Handmade Showroom in Seattle, WA
Featured image above: Ribbon Necklace in Blue Purple by Glass Elements
Marja (pronounced: Mah-dee-ya) Huhta earned a PhD in Chemistry and worked as a scientist for years, but her love of kiln-formed glass led her down a more creative path.
Pendant of fused glass with orange, red, and green hues set in a silver circular pendant.

Above: Icy Bronze Meridian Necklace by Glass Elements

She founded Glass Elements in 2008, selling her modern and colorful jewelry and art around the world. 

Artist Marja Huhta in her Glass Elements booth at an art show 

Above: Artist Marja Huhta of Glass Elements


Marja also shared her love of glass art by serving as a studio coordinator and instructor at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle for several years. 

A collection of small fused glass pendants by Glass Elements 

Above: Small fused glass pendants (coming soon) by Glass Elements


In 2019, Marja moved to Dublin with her family. She continues her personal projects, exploring new techniques, and is an instructor Glint Glass Studio and other local studios.

Marja and #bestdogever

Above: Marja and #bestdogever by Glass Elements


We are thrilled to have this surprise collection created in Ireland by Marja exclusively for The Handmade Showroom!

A collection of six blue-hued fused glass and silver setting necklaces by Glass Elements

Above: A collection of signature jewelry in blues and greens by Glass Elements
Stay tuned for additions to the collection including NEW holiday ornaments and simple pendants in a variety of sizes and colors!
Cobalt metallic swirl large fused glass cabochon by Glass Elements
Above: Extra Large Cobalt Pendant (coming soon!) by Glass Elements



Check out our current Featured Artist Showcase

Shop the Glass Elements Collection

And if you are in the downtown Seattle, WA area, visit us at The Handmade Showroom every day from 12pm to 7pm.

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