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Glass Art


 

Glass Casting, or Pâte de verre, literally ‘glass paste’, dates back to the ancient Mesopotamians. It is the process of taking cold glass that has been crushed or ground into a powder (sometimes converted to a paste with binders) and placing it in refractory molds to be fired.

 
Glass Beads

Glass Fusing, also referred to as kiln-fired or “warm glass”, is enjoying a renaissance as artists and hobbyists make beautiful beads and other shapes for fashioning jewelry. Fusing occurs when glass is bent or shaped in a kiln at temperatures between 1100°F and 1500°F. The beauty of fused glass lies in its sparkle, rich colors, versatility, and durability.

 
Stained Glass Materials
 

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