The Black & White Waves Glass Mezuzah is formed by fusing pieces of compatible glass that are fired in a kiln at a temperature of 1400 to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit until they are red-hot and melt together. The glass is then fired a second time at a slightly lower temperature to slump into the desired shape and then annealed (a slow cooling process). In each firing, astonishing and unique patterns are formed.
There is nothing like the fiery power of creating glass fusion to capture the wonder of craft making.
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