The process of making our Hanging Rooter Vases start by hand gluing our vases to a medium brown wood base. We polish each vase to show the beauty of the glass. We cut and bend our copper coated rod to form the shape of the hanger we are making. Any exposed ends will be ground to remove sharp edges. The rod is than welded together and a brass butterfly is welded to the frame. The brass butterfly will need to be buffed to shine and remove any welding marks. We than bend a hook for each hanger. The hangers and hooks are finished with a polish to prevent tarnishing and discoloration. This process is all done by hand and produces a unique, one of a kind hanging rooter vase.