SAGE# 68738
ASI# 75593

Cobalt Mirror Fountain Art Glass Award
Cobalt Mirror Fountain
Item No. 1712

A gather of molten glass is sculpted and fumed with a gossamer blue veil. A gather of clear is applied over the first which is also fumed.

A hollow air space is added simulating a splash before casing the entire design in crystal clear glass and a silver mirror finish.

After annealing, the entire sculpture is ground flat on two sides and polished to a high finish.

The fountains of Versailles (seen below) provide the perfect backdrop for this final version of our fountain series.

When King Louis XIV built his fountains, he constructed a complex of fourteen enormous water wheels thirty-six feet wide, driving 220 pumps.

The amount of water needed for the fountains was not much less than that used by the entire city of Paris.

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Michelle Van Lingen, Amgen, Louisville, KY

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