Soap Dishes

To make a soap dish, two 4x5 pieces of glass are cut, cleaned, stacked together and placed into a kiln.

The kiln goes up to1450f, the glass becomes molten and fuses together to make one piece of glass.

Then 4 glass rods are positioned and tack fused at 1350f.

Finally the glass is placed into a mold and taken to 1250f, the glass becomes elastic and

gravity pulls the glass into the mold. We call this process slumping.

All totaled the glass spends about 36 hours in the kilns.

Expect variations in color & size. Custom colors and sizing available.


 

Color - Aqua Blue

Size - 4"x5"

Color - Black

Size - 4x5

Color - Cobalt Blue

Size - 4x5

Color - Red

Size - 4x5

       

Color - Turquoise

Size - 4x5

Color - White

Size - 4x5

Color - Black Mardi Gras

Size - 4x5

Color - Blue Mardi Gras

Size - 4x5

       

Color - Green Mardi Gras

Size - 4x5

Color - Pink Mardi Gras

Size - 4x5

Color - Red Mardi Gras

Size - 4x5

Color - Yellow Mardi Gras

Size - 4x5

       

Color - Amber Swirl

Size - 4x5

Color - Cobalt Blue Swirl

Size - 4x5

Color - Cranberry Swirl

Size - 4x5

Color - Green Swirl

Size - 4x5

       

Color - White Swirl on Black

Size - 4x5

     
       

 

 

 

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