Glass

Glass

Beautiful Fused Glass & Design

Glass fusing is the joining together of pieces of glass at high temperatures, usually in a kiln. This is usually done roughly between 700 °C (1,292 °F) and 820 °C (1,510 °F), and can range from tack fusing at lower temperatures, in which separate pieces of glass stick together but still retain their individual shapes, to full fusing at higher ones, in which separate pieces merge smoothly into one another.

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Deep Peacock Butterflies

Deep Peacock Butterflies

£2,695.00

Liquid Amber

Liquid Amber

£2,495.00

Deep Shoal of Sardines

Deep Shoal of Sardines

£1,995.00

Shoal of Sardines

Shoal of Sardines

£1,495.00

Shoal of Mackerel

Shoal of Mackerel

£1,495.00

Rolling Wave

Rolling Wave

£250.00

Tidal Wave

Tidal Wave

£165.00

Breaking Wave

Breaking Wave

£135.00

Wave Mini (Blue)

Wave Mini (Blue)

£65.00

Wave Mini  SOLD

Wave Mini SOLD

£65.00

Untitled Drops   SOLD

Untitled Drops SOLD

£0.00

Flow   SOLD

Flow SOLD

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Earthen Moon  SOLD

Earthen Moon SOLD

£0.00

Copper Leaves SOLD

Copper Leaves SOLD

£0.00

Blue Strata  SOLD

Blue Strata SOLD

£0.00

Blue Moon 850mm  SOLD

Blue Moon 850mm SOLD

£0.00

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