Introducing my Joysofglass Fused Glass collection. All handcut by me, decorated and then fused in my kiln.
My glass fusing kiln is only small so these fused glass pieces are all one-off designs, no mass production possible.
This is fused glass bowl, twice fired to very high temperatures in my kiln, first to fuse all the glass together as a flat circle, 2nd to slump it over a little mold into a dish.
This round dish has a base of collage clear glass with green and aqua streaks. I've topped this with 4 types of teal and turquoise glass in 8 segments.
I've added a design on top with some gorgeous shimmery florentine patterned dichroic, Some clear backed, some black backed..
The overall effect is a very richly decorated piece of glass with an amazing shine.
A very pretty little bowl and very tactile.
Perfect for small salads, sweets, your trinkets, jewels or just to decorate your table.
The design is all fused in to itself while still retaining a slightly raised relief.
Made from Bullseye glass, handcut, shaped, layered and decorated with a unique design.
The bowl measures 12 cm in diameter and is approximately 3 cm deep.
It will be sent smothered in bubble wrap in my rather innovative (takeaway) packaging which can be used as a gift box and also keeps it very safe for postage.
This will make a lovely present for yourself of for someone you love and is guaranteed to be totally unique.
I have a fusing kiln, I have glass, I have an addiction to making beautiful glass pieces.
I hope you like what I have made.
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