Sunday, October 04, 2009

Gaffer's Chalcedony Glasses

I'm grateful. I find it impossible not to get colour from Chalcedony & I know that I am fortunate in that. It doesn't matter whether I use a high oxy flame, neutral flame or a reduction flame, the colour just seems to want to come.

When I compare these to my early results, which I might add I was pretty darned pleased with at the time, I can see that perseverance has paid off. I guess that it takes a glass like this to encourage one to really learn their torch & the way different glasses behave in different flame atmospheres.



G1095 Blue Chalcedony
A twistie bead made in G-1095 Blue Chalcedony

G 109 Chalcedony
G-109 Chalcedony - Beautiful Autumn Colours.

G1095 Blue Chalcedony
The G-1095 Blue Chalcedony etched.

4 comments:

rosebud101 said...

Beautiful beads, Deb!

Glittering Prize said...

All hail the queen of Chalcecony - you really make this glass sing!

Manuela said...

I love the blue ones a lot, yes, you are fortunate.

Hugs to you
Manuela

Sharon Driscoll said...

Whoo Hoo Deb. I love the ones with the twistie...absolutely lucious.