Item of the Week: Handmade Fused Glass Plate Set

23 Jan

This beautiful dish set was created through the intricate method of fusing glass. To make a fused piece, requires that glass be selected, individually cut, pieced, glued and fired. Some pieces require multiple firings in a kiln. The artist has created an eye catching pattern in a vivid range of color, including blue, white and golden yellow. The smallest dish measures 4.5 x 4.5 inches, the medium is 5.5 x 3.7 inches and the largest measures 9.4 x 4.9 inches each with a .5 inch lip. These dishes will make a gorgeous statement in your home and can be used for display or for serving treats.

DEBORAH SCHRAN:
Deborah Schran is a graduate of EWI’s Training for Success Program. She started out as a painter and printmaker, and found that fused glass lended itself to similar interplays with light, color, design and creativity. She stated, “It is great fun to work in this medium – every time the kiln is opened, it is an exciting event”.

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Purchase this beautiful set for your home or for a friend at our online store!

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One Response to “Item of the Week: Handmade Fused Glass Plate Set”

  1. coe90 June 16, 2012 at 2:27 am #

    The great thing is that its handmade. Are the colors used in plate be safe if used as plate for dish serving.

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