This 20cm dish features a centre mosaic strip composed of small pieces of Caribbean blue iridescent glass. For this piece, I started with two circles of clear Bullseye glass, cut out a strip from the centre of the top circle, and carefully filled it with small bits I had cut from sheets of iridescent Caribbean blue glass. The dish is then fired in the kiln so all the pieces fuse together. The following day the fused flat piece is placed over a shallow dish mould and placed back in the kiln, where it slowly slumps into the mould. Striking on its own, the dish can also be used for food.
19.7 x 19.7 x 2.5 cm
Hand wash. Food Safe.
If you are a glass artist, working with a kiln, then you almost certainly know about Bullseye Glass. While it is more expensive than alternatives, partly because it is hand rolled and also because it is imported from Portland, Oregon, it offers an incomparable range of colours and finishes, developed over the more than 30 years it has been in operation. I have become particularly fond of the iridescent glass and last year they introduced Caribbean blue, which I have used for some of my offset circle bowls. However, this season, I have been experimenting with new designs, and decided to make use of this fabulous coloured glass to create a mosaic strip in one of my small dishes.
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