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Progress Flag Stained Glass suncatcher

This beautiful copper-foiled stained glass sun-catcher was handmade by Tamara Goldsmith in her Portland, OR studio.

Five new colours were added to the pride flag by designer Daniel Quasar: white, light blue, pink, brown and black.

Light blue, pink and white stripes represent trans and non-binary individuals across the non gender conforming spectrum and the brown and black ones represent the marginalised People of Colour (POC) communities. The black stripe has a double meaning as it is also intended for "those living with AIDS and the stigma and prejudice surrounding them, and those who have been lost to the disease."

The arrow design points to show forward movement and illustrates that progress towards inclusivity still needs to be made.

This piece can hang horizontally or vertically from two points near the top and sides with a medium-weight steel chain.


Measures about 6" wide, 10" tall and hangs 8" from the top of the chain to the bottom.

60/40 lead/tin solder was used and the border is lead came.


Lead is not dangerous to have in your home in an art-piece like this unless sanded or causing lead-dust to be airborne and inhaled or somehow ingested. However, it is always a good idea to wash your hands well after cleaning or handling the piece.

Progress Pride Flag Stained Glass suncatcher

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