Greg Chase Glass Murrina Encased Pendant

Chase pendant

Chase pendant

Get this Greg Chase Glass Murrina Encased Pendant – Greg Chase is a well know master in the art of Murrine (or Millie) making. I have taken one of his “coins”, a slice of a murrine “cane”  included in a rare double sided encasement and made that into a pendant. This petite, for glass, 8.3g pendant is simply a wearable showcase for Greg’s artistry. About 2 inches long. The cane is a scene of the New Orleans waterfront with pelicans flying overhead.  This listing is for one pendant.
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You can purchase Greg’s cane here

Free glass blowing book

Excerpt from A handbook of laboratory glass-blowing
Excerpt from A handbook of laboratory glass-blowing

 

βefore you take a class, before you buy books on glass blowing, before you spend a dime, do this. Go to Handbook of Laboratory Glass Blowing link

Even though it was written in 1921 and has references to using a foot bellows, it is something you should check out if you are interested in learning flame work glass blowing. Also called Lampworking A lot of techniques for blowing glass tubes (i.e. Art glass, pipes and other applications) were pioneered by people now dead and gone.

This book’s copyright has expired, so it is FREE. Do not pay “Rocketbrain” $11.99 for this book on eBay!

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