Dichroic Glass
Dichroic (die-crow-ik) glass is a speciality glass developed in the 1950's by the aerospace industry. 'Dichroic' refers to the property of having more than one colour when viewed from different angles. In a lengthy and costly procedure, thin layers of metallic oxide are deposited on the surface of the glass giving an extraordinary selection of vivid colours. Glass artists have only recently begun to exploit these amazing properties. The Glass used in jewellery is cut, layered, then kiln fired repeatedly in extreme hear to produce the desired stunning textures, colours and shapes. All glass work is created by Vizati artists in the United Kingdom resulting in beautiful, Unique pieces of jewellery.

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