Turning the heat up on the furnace allows the molten glass to become more fluid and to then be ladled and poured in to handmade moulds. Intricate pattern work is carefully created and positioned within the moulds prior to the ladling process. These details become submerged within the molten glass during the cast process to create impressive sculptures.
The White House Cone
Museum of Glass
Stuart Works, High Street, Wordsley, DY8 4FA
T: 07961 867206
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