Examples of Full Fused Art Glass
What does "full fused" mean? It is glass that has been fired to the point of melting together. The sharp corners become rounded and the layered glass becomes "one piece of glass". On this page we have a few of the examples of our art glass and dichroic jewelry projects that have been fused in this way. No matter what type of project you are planning, your kiln choice is probably one of the most important that you will make. We have some kiln recommendations.
This pendant was made with irridescent glass as the base and topping it with a dichroic lazer etched pinwheel.
The pendant on the left was made by fusing small pieces of dichroic glass into a black base.
This is an open "donut" shape. It was made by full fusing strips of black glass and placing small pieces of dichroic on top.
This cross pendant has a black base, green dichroic cross and a clear glass on top.
This piece has a black base and silver stripes. Very classy look. It is so much fun to wear.
This design was created in the same way that we made the "donut" above. Experiment with all kinds of shapes.
This pendant was made the same way as the "donut" and square. The types of shapes are endless. It is so much fun to make these
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