The shine and beauty of molten or dichroic glass jewelry
Portable glass art became one of the most popular fashion accessories today, with people who are on the Internet or looking at the display in the galleries, shopping malls, and the like.
'Wearable' glass is actually molten glass, technically known as CBS Dichroic patterned glass, which is glass in which various oxides or quartz are combined on the surface in different layers or thicknesses to produce a multi-colored effect.
Dichroic glass is a NASA innovation, initially made for use in space suits and then used by different companies as optical companies (video-based lenses have been used by different video cameras), technological measurement tools (particularly those that use lasers to dimension) and many others.
Dichroic glass was soon discovered by the art community, and its use by glass artists began to grow. Part of its popularity comes from the wonderful shine or patina of the glass, along with the luminous depth and the variety of colors that can be made, in addition to the various textures that can be produced.
Create molten glass
The glass is cut to the planned pieces (for example, a necklace, earrings, beads, etc.). Stress within the room increases, and therefore both glass and rust heat up.
Once this is accomplished (the practice of vaporizing the oxides is replicated if necessary), the atmosphere is allowed to return to the room to cool it down, and the glass pieces are also removed, cleaned, and prepared to be turned into glass art. or portable jewelry.