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    Posted 8 years ago

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    I thought I would follow-up on my last CW post with these close-ups of spatter glass pieces that are not the typical variety, imho. The first pic is of my previous post - and the most unusual - some colors I had not seen and individual spots that themselves look like they are miniature spatter glass examples. All four of these examples have the spots on the surface - with #2 being the least three dimensional. The last two examples are more like frit & spatter. Ordered most flat to most three dimensional, it is ( Pics 2 - 1 - 4 - 3). Wondering how the spots got on the spots in example #1? Only in #1 do you see any significant overlap of color on color. Please click on the individual pictures to see better detail.

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    1. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 8 years ago
      Thanks Gary, love to see pics sometime.
    2. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 8 years ago
      Gary, went to your posts and saw some
    3. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 8 years ago
      Thanks everyone
    4. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 8 years ago
      Thanks Gary, another nice one!
    5. ozmarty ozmarty, 8 years ago
      The spots are applied by rolling the glass on to broken coloured glass ( frit) , which has been scattered on the marver (table) .Depending on how thickly or sparsely scattered the frit is determines the density of covering . hope that makes sense ??
      In 1# the piece has been lightly blown into a mold in #3 & #4 just applied and perhaps heated so they ( the frit) adheres .
    6. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 8 years ago
      Yes, thanks Marty I understand. What I don't understand is how the individual spots of melted frit in this particular example have multiple colors within them. Perhaps the frit was pieces of a multi-colored ground-up vase?
    7. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 8 years ago
      Following up on comment #8, I'm thinking that pieces of broken vases/pieces after production were reused in new production - or perhaps the broken pieces were first melted together and then crushed?

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