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Glass powders are fired onto pure copper in an electric kiln. At 1600 F the glass melts and fuses to the copper.
Flowing patterns that suggest waves, feathers or fire are made by scrolling a red-hot iron rod through the molten glass. Transparents allow the the rich warm colour of the copper to shine through.
Several firings are required to complete each design.