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This badass pendy is made entirely out of Moonstone for the brightest pop! A matching top goes with it! As alwaysSigned!
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5. $10 starting bid, no reserve! $5 increments or more, $5 shipping paid by bidder, insurance must be requested, and cost depends on the final bid. (It’s a small fraction of the item value)
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So this is the kiln layout. I need a smaller kiln for sure.
On the left are the 3 pieces to the Morty slide. Then the long 1/2 of the fume stack pull next to the last of the dreamcaster for the heady qtip and iso jar and then the dabacinno repair. I will admit I didn't ask on this one. I don't have the China white for it, it will look different if it is something. Too many of these and they could be made in the US based China factories? Now that's a loophole. I am hoping I don't drop it and that's all I care about with it. Then in the back is a fume stack nub end and the bangers I have done recently, one is mine. In the front if it turns out is a bead I cut from extra glass of another repair. It has a crack in it, I am hoping it heals and can be a way to keep the piece alive for the owner. I like making the beads from unusable parts.
Well the kiln is ramping, I am warming up by the fire and finishing the bowl and then melting.
I wish I was heating up some stack tube for heat to be honest but I gotta do what I gotta do.
I hope everyone has a great night
this century old film from the Sklarsky factory in the Czech Republic is such a favorite! the full video has mostly lampshade production, but I chose a few nice shots - the factory floor with men and women at work, glass being pressed and then picked up with a hot iron to be reheated and shaped (just barely hot enough to stick, and as it cools it shrinks away from the glass, allowing it to be knocked off). The last part shows a worker using a mold boy (lubricated by a piece of straw) and if you look close he has straps on his legs for working while sitting in a chair. There's no footage of them used, but from what I can gather from the video the bottle blowing team got to work outside in the courtyard. love seeing all this tech. just remember folks, just when you think you have it all figured out, someone from a hundred years ago probably did it better! #glassblowing#process#glassart#bottle#antiqueglass#handmade#art#craft#factory#czechglass#pressedglass#sklarsky#moldboy#factorytechniques