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swfinluv1's loves73 of 3309Kralik satin Tango - Tango decor on the fringeLines and spatter the Japanese way
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    Posted 2 years ago

    jericho
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    Here is a rare variation of the black powders in vertical lines. I assume any time you see "lines" with powders or confetti the glass was pinched (by a mold) into a cog-shape. This shape would then be rolled over glass powders or confetti on a table. when the glass was blown full again the fine lines would expand to produce a line pattern. I assume the same technique was used by Franz Welz as well (although there is a variation using crystal clear rods). All three pieces I've seen have had an Iris finish

    P.S. If you have any more pics of this please forward.

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