set of 8 floral rounds in pale milk white with delicate stringer vines handmade lampwork art glass
By PolychromeBeads From United States
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Round beads in a milky-white glass with delicate stringer vines done in red copper green. An interesting reaction with the base color makes the stringer a dark green line on the inside with a red blush on the edges. Then I added raised flowers done in dark color-shifting StrikingColor glass, with a center dot done in a lovely dusty coral. Combined with nine Czech glass rings in dark green iris.
These beads were made on 3/32" mandrels. The smallest beads are approx. 14mm X 15mm, the largest are approx. 16mm X 17mm.
The chocolate kiss is shown for size comparison only - these beads are sweet enough!
This item is yet to be reviewed.
I am a self-representing artist and have been making glass beads for about seventeen years now. I have been an artist for much, much longer (don't even ask how long - it might give away my age!). My beads are made using a technique called "lampworking". The glass is melted in a VERY VERY hot flame and "wound" onto a metal rod, called a mandrel, that has previously been coated with a clay-like substance called a release. When all the decoration is finished the bead, still on the mandrel and still very hot, is placed into a 965-degree kiln to "anneal" overnight. This allows the glass to get to the same temperature throughout, and then cool down slowly to prevent cracking. Beads that are not annealed can be little "time bombs" waiting to crack!