Brazilian Quartz Crystal surrounded by Oregon Rain in a Rainball bulb, topped with a Ceremonial Bell.
It had current December rain in it and was purchased for $350.00
Three leap years were commemorated in this Oregon Du Drop.
The innermost chamber holds Oregon rain (dyed purple) from February 29, 2004.
The middle chamber is a lavender candelabra filled with rain from February 29, 2008,
and the outer, clear, three-way bulb is filled with rain from February 29, 2012.
This Oregon Du Drop contains vintage rain and was purchased for $350.00.
This is a "Lace Bubble" made by Du Bois sculpting a large light bulb with fire.
Within it is a clear chandelier bulb filled with rain from the birthday of a grandchild.
The rain was tinted blue at that person's request. (We'll work with you to get you what you would like.)
This Lace Bubble is topped with a Beehive bell and it was purchased for $350.00.
Made to order, this Oregon Du Drop commemorates someone's life.
Their ashes are contained in the test tube down the center.
The inner, tinted bulb holds rain from the day they passed,
and the clear outer bulb, rain from their last birthday.
It is topped with a liberty bell, contains vintage rain and was purchased for $350.00.
This Red Oval Light Bulb (used by Japanese fishermen) floated across the Pacific Ocean and landed on Rockaway Beach's shoreline. Cat probably found it (she finds most of them).
Du Bois rid it of its barnacles, set a 100 mm Swarovski crystal inside, and then filled it with January rain.
It was purchased for $350.00.
This Oregon Du Drop is a Wedding Vanity "Ice by Fire"
filled with tinted green Oregon rain (wedding day)
within a larger clear lightbulb filled with another date's rain (proposal day).
It is crowned with a ceremonial bell and was purchased for $350.00.
This Liberty Rainball has three, 100 millimeter, Swarovski crystals within it.
It was purchased for $300.00.
One-of-a-kind Pyrymyrymyd (prouounced pyrymyrymyd).
A three-sided stainless steel pyramid sits atop a standard "Ice by Fire" (bulb textured with fire)
with a stainless steel mirror suspended inside.
It has September 2013 rain in it and is available for $264.00.
Peridot crystals in a test tube are set inside this rainball filled with one year old rain.
This Oregon Du Drop is topped with a Liberty bell and was purchased for $255.00.
A Lemurian Quartz Crystal graces this Oregon Du Drop.
It has a clear, oversized Vanity bulb topped with a Liberty bell.
It contains non-vintage rain and was purchased for $250.00.
The rarest of the rare, the Oregon Rain Star.
This Oregon Du Drop has a kelly green inner bulb
with rain in it from a date special to the person who ordered it.
The inner bulb is surrounded by a large 3-way bulb filled with more Oregon Rain
from another important day. The outer bulb is clear, its blue tint is from the sky.
This Oregon Du Drop is topped with a Liberty Bell.
It was specially made to order with non-Vintage Rain and it was purchased for $250.
This Oregon Du Drop celebrates a wedding.
The inner chandelier bulb holds ribbons from the bridal bouquet.
The larger, outer bulb is filled with rain from the wedding day.
It is topped with a liberty bell and was ordered and purchased for $250.00.
We call this type of Oregon Du Drop a "Communion".
Often, lovers will have the rain from one of their birthdays
in an inner chandelier or candelabra bulb
with Oregon rain tinted their favorite color,
surrounded by the other's birthday rain in a larger clear bulb.
These Du Drops, topped with a liberty bell, typically cost $250,
with extra engraving and vintage rain adding to that cost.
This Oregon Du Drop has the same Japanese red glass as the previous one
only broken up and put into a test tube which was then set inside a clear vanity bulb.
It has an hexagonal bell and is filled with rain from July 2017.
It was purchased for $184.00.
An hexagonal bell crowns this clear vanity bulb containing a test tube filled with Oregon beach agates.
The rain inside this Oregon Du Drop is of the current year.
It was purchased for $160.00.
This is another variation of Japanese red glass in a test tube in an Oregoon Du Drop.
It has a clear standard bulb and is topped with an hexagonal bell.
It was purchased for $130.00.