I've got a new glass design to add to my collections.
Watercolour Glass has been a bit of an experiment, using up tinted glass cullet placed slightly randomly and decorated with coloured glass "blobs". After the second firing I painted tiny gold stars and then refired at a lower temperature. The tinted glass is 3mm thick (I usually use 2mm Bullseye glass) and so the dish is slightly chunkier and heavier.
I am very pleased with the results so I am planning to make more dishes in different sizes (this one is 30cm). Tinted glass is more expensive than 2mm transparent glass so it does push the price of making it up - particularly if I use my favourite colour, Rhubarb, which is a pinkish-greyish colour. This is because pink/red glass has a gold content which creates the colour.
But I haven't forgotten about the weaving.....
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