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APPLIED SPLINTERS

by Rosa Barovier Mentasti
Glass splinters of various dimensions can be laid out on a metal or marble surface, which are then attached around the surface of a blown object or a solid glass, marvering on top of it.
The splinters create an irregular coloured stain decoration or even, if the splinter arrangement is very thick, it can modify the colouring of the surface of the object.
If the splinters are not incorporated and are the same colour as the base glass, a similar effect can be obtained to that of ICE GLASS.
Applied Blobs 5 6 7 8 9 Cameo Glass
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