These vessels are created by arranging iridescent red and green glass into a pattern on field of transparent glass. The glass is then heated in a kiln to over 1400 degrees. At this temperature, all the pieces of glass melt together to become one solid piece. The glass is returned to the kiln where heat, gravity, and time work together to create the final form.
These vessels are designed to accommodate a floating candle or a three inch pillar. Although there are two basic color patterns, each vessel is unique and no two are exactly the same.