Item No. 1668
Crimson, Rust and Yellow glass are used in this
natural teardrop shape.
Bubbles are added along the coils for added dimension before the design is cased in clear glass.
The price includes an engravable marble presentation base.
The firing needed to turn raw materials into glass (vitrification) requires sustained temperatures of around 2,500 degrees.
Ancient glass makers built Volcanos and Blast Furnaces which pumped air into beds of glowing embers.
Embers are coals that glow very hot and radiate a substantial amount of heat when magnified by their containment in a refractory.
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