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Lace bowl - turquoise fused glass

These lacy bowls start life as hundreds of tiny grains of glass which I spread on the glass kiln shelf and then heat them to a temperature of around 800 degrees. The tiny pieces of glass 'frit' then melt together randomly to form a delicate lace-like .

I made this by fusing the glass for the design and then blowing the glass using a process called a "Roll Up". approx 17 " high and 8" at its widest

I made this by fusing the glass for the design and then blowing the glass using a process called a "Roll Up". approx 17 " high and at its widest

Any Which Way

Any Which Way

Harrach Glass: Kiln-pressed glass (a process that makes kiln glass look like it was mouth blown)

Harrach Glass: Kiln-pressed glass (a process that makes kiln glass look like it was mouth blown)

Inspired by Glass: Studying with Bob Leatherbarrow

Inspired by Glass: Studying with Bob Leatherbarrow

Glass Fusing: How to Set Up a Pot Melt

Fusing: How to Set Up a Pot Melt - Delphi instructor Roy Kapp shows viewers how to set up and carry out a pot melt. He covers everything from how much glass to use, to firing schedules and much more!

Dichroic Knob - Cabinet or Drawer Pull Handle - 1" / 25mm - Turquoise Blue Green Purple Gold Copper Fused Glass

Dichroic Knob - Cabinet or Drawer Pull Handle - / - Turquoise Blue Green Purple Gold Copper Fused Glass

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