Transforming an object’s material ultimately alters the way an object is perceived. Looking at real natural materials under a glass lens, different patterns in nature can be observed and celebrated.

Truly one-of-a-kind, each piece reimagines real natural materials. The layering of gold, leaves, and other materials expose patterns rarely seen, magnified by the glass lenses.

Glass Jewelry made by Sarah Cohen, Pittsburgh, PA

  • Natural materials do not fade
  • Handmade in USA
  • The glass magnifies materials inside
  • Each pendant is double sided and/or see-through
  • Every design is unique, handcrafted between glass, by a glass artist
  • Custom work available!


About Sarah:

Considered a millennial, Sarah Cohen uses many materials but mainly works in glass to investigate the everyday American experience in the 21st century. Transplanted to Pittsburgh for the Pittsburgh Glass Center, Sarah continues to focus on nature and her appreciation of the natural environment through her company “PetalVision”. Looking at natural materials with a critical eye, consumerism and the need for a sustainable planet are the catalysts that drive most of her work.

Self-proclaimed Jersey girl and bagel lover, Sarah helplessly indulges in popular culture, trends, and social platforms while at the same time being critical of its impacts. Finding sculpture during her undergraduate degree (The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in conjunction with Tufts University, 2012) prompted Sarah to work for many artists, learning the skills necessary to run her own studio, all while maintaining her roles as Collections Assistant in the Invertebrate Zoology and Mammology Departments at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Painting since a young age, the observation of natural surroundings has always been a main source of inspiration.