Commercial Fused Glass Dishes

I received another order for fused glass caviar dishes for a small restaurant in Colorado. I’ve made these before and they are a bit complicated. I used a grinder and saw in addition to hand cutting the pieces.

I also hand cut the mold to slump the glass into. It was not easy. I had to cut it all by hand and it’s pretty thick. They took forever to slump, which wasn’t easy because I was TDY and had to ask my husband to help me, with them.

I made 12 of them, they turned out really nice and will hold quite a variety of dip or sauces.

I also gave him a free gift. This one is a bit bigger than I’d normally give, but a few months ago he asked me if I could make something like it and I thought I’d send him a sample as a free gift. It’s really nice and quite large. I hope he likes everything. Glass makes for beautiful center pieces. Like the one below could be used as dips or candles.

If you would like me to make dishes for your restaurant, please contact me.

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