FireWarpedGlass

Fire Warped Glass

New Hampshire, United States · 673 Sales

FireWarpedGlass

Fire Warped Glass

New Hampshire, United States 673 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(160)

Announcement   Welcome to my shop!

I am a lampworker, and I also make jewelry out of recycled materials.

I have been working with glass for about 5 years in my studio in Ossipee, NH. The items I make are created by melting and shaping glass rods and tubes with a torch, powered by oxygen and propane. The flame of the torch is about 5000 degrees F. The glass is then annealed in a digitally controlled kiln, to ensure lasting durability. I use borosilicate glass, or “hard” glass, which melts at about 1510 degrees F. Borosilicate is much stronger than other types of glass, and also has very unique colors. Because these pieces are handmade, each one is unique, no two are exactly the same.

I hope you will enjoy my work as much as I have enjoyed making it! If you have any questions about my work, please feel free to ask.

Announcement

Welcome to my shop!

I am a lampworker, and I also make jewelry out of recycled materials.

I have been working with glass for about 5 years in my studio in Ossipee, NH. The items I make are created by melting and shaping glass rods and tubes with a torch, powered by oxygen and propane. The flame of the torch is about 5000 degrees F. The glass is then annealed in a digitally controlled kiln, to ensure lasting durability. I use borosilicate glass, or “hard” glass, which melts at about 1510 degrees F. Borosilicate is much stronger than other types of glass, and also has very unique colors. Because these pieces are handmade, each one is unique, no two are exactly the same.

I hope you will enjoy my work as much as I have enjoyed making it! If you have any questions about my work, please feel free to ask.

Brie Jorgenson

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Brie Jorgenson

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(160)
anne bromley

anne bromley on Sep 23, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Wonderful, who would think that bottle caps would make great earrings, well they do! Really unique and looks really good on!

Charlotte Buckhold

Charlotte Buckhold on Sep 16, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

So cute! I love it!!!

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Last updated on February 16, 2011

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