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Decorative Square Platter, Handmade Fused Glass Centerpiece, Black Frame Patchwork Design 35cm (13.8'')
Item Code: B7-P3535-Patchwork-black
Days to Ship: 4 -10 Days
|Color: ||Mixed, Black |
|Material: ||Glass |
|Dimensions: ||Length:: 35cm (13.8''), Width: 35cm (13.8''), Height: 3cm (1.2"), Weight: 2.50kg (5.5lbs) |
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Modern & Stylish Handmade Fusion Glass Square Centerpiece Platter, of Shiny Black Main Color & Vibrant Patterned Color Blend Center.
Slightly Ruffled Rim Edges and Inclined Center. Wonderful Home Decor or Serving Centerpiece for Indoor or Outdoor, Durable Handwashing Recommented Glass Platter.
Bright up its Colors By Putting it in Standing Position So May The Light Pass Through the Glass to Make its Colors Standout.
Decorate your Dinning or Coffee Tables, your Buffet, Console or Entryway Beautifully.
Perfect Choice for a Hostess Gift. Combine This Large Glass Platter with Matching Color, Ashtray, Drink Coasters or Sailboat Candle Holder, Also Available in our Store, In Order to Create a Full Set.
- Also Available in Various Other Colour Blends.
- Comes With a Stylish Free Fabric Gift Bag
- Made in Greece - Ships from Greece
Length 13.8" (35cm)
Width 13.8" (35cm)
Height 1.2" (3cm)
Weight 5.5 lbs (2.50kg)
The casting technique glass (fusing) is a technique where the glass is fired in a kiln at high temperatures (593 ° C / 1099 ° F to 816 ° C / 1501 ° F) in order to give shape, depth and designs.
The exact origins of the techniques (fusing) glass is not known with certainty. There is archaeological evidence that the Egyptians first became familiar with the basic techniques about 2000 BC.
Others argue that the Romans were the ones who were most prolific artists in the melt using the original method of making small glass objects about 2,000 years until the development of glass blowing.
The more modern methods include melting punctuation, or layering thin sheets of glass, often using different colors to create plans or simple images.
The stack is then placed inside the oven will melt and then a series of ramps and "soak" (keeping the temperature at a specific point) until begin to link together separate pieces.
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