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Texture Examples

Our glass has a smooth face and a textured relief back. This occurs because for the glass to form into our designs a mould is carved that the glass is later melted into. In the kiln, the top of the glass becomes smooth and forms a texture comparable to ripples on still water and on the underside, the glass takes the exact shape of the mould making it very textured.

Below are a few examples of glass textures that can be created, with or without colour and with or without opacity.

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