Wild Rose Glass

447 Island Road
Harkers Island
NC 28531

Wild Rose Glass

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Makers of stained glass with 25 years experience in the business.
Owners are Richard and Beth Keith

336-267-6870

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We vacationed on Harkers Island this week and really enjoyed looking at your crafts. The mosquito out in the yard attracted our attention so we stopped for a picture and noticed you had items for sale. Your work is beautiful and very creative. We didn't buy anything this time because there was NO room in our car to take anything extra back home. We will be back to the Island (around September) and we WILL stop again for a purchase. We were very appreciative of your creative gift.

Sincerely, Bobbie Parker, Summerville, SC

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Wish you would post pictures of your work!!!

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We vacationed on Harkers Island this week and really enjoyed looking at your crafts. The mosquito out in the yard attracted our attention so we stopped for a picture and noticed you had items for sale. Your work is beautiful and very creative. We didn't buy anything this time because there was NO room in our car to take anything extra back home. We will be back to the Island (around September) and we WILL stop again for a purchase. We were very appreciative of your creative gift.

Sincerely, Bobbie Parker, Summerville, SC

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Wish you would post pictures of your work!!!

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