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A Division of Spare Time Ventures

What is Warm Glass?


It is glass that is heated to no more than 1600 degrees F as opposed to hot glass, which is worked at 2200 degrees and cold glass, which is room temperature.​  Commonly called fused glass or kiln-formed glass, the various plates, bowls, votives, platters and vessels are all dishwasher safe as well as food safe.  Those without dichroic* glass are also microwave safe.  Knobs may be cleaned with a damp cloth. 

*Glass  that both reflects and refracts different colors of light due to the metal oxides that have been vacuum sealed onto its surface




Designs in Warm Glass

A Division of Spare Time Ventures

Denise M. Novak​

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