This dish is composed of two 20cm glass circles, with a decorative centre strip that has come from the hand rolled edge of a sheet of gold iridescent glass. To accent the curved bit of this strip, I added a dollop of clear coarse frit (ground glass), which formed a bubble when the piece was fused in the kiln. After the initial firing, the piece went back in the kiln over a shallow dish mould, giving it its final shape. Aside from being a lovely decorative piece, it can be used for food, or sweets, or even turning earrings into an art work.
19.7 x 19.7 x 2.5 cm
Hand wash. Food safe.
This small dish is a wonderful example of why glass artists work with Bullseye glass. The clear section shows off the small bubbles that indicate the glass is hand rolled. When I buy sheets of their coloured glass, they come with top and bottom edges that are irregular, which is the result of the molten glass being formed into sheets by being hand rolled through a mangle. I love to exploit these irregular edges, and built this piece around an edge strip of iridescent gold glass.
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