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Stampo libero

Letterally Free mould. In this mold the glass is guided along predetermined directions, but left free to act independently. This is a series of blades that mark the limit of expansion of the glass during blowing alternating with empty spaces in which the glass is free to move. In this...

Stampo a fermo

Non-circular plant mold. The glass is then blown into the mold without the possibility to rotate it as in the round mold, with this system the surface appears less smooth and as hammered. This inconvenience can be partially overcome by working, if the shape permits, with molds open at the...

Stampo con crecola

Mould like the Stampo a giro with the addition of a third element placed at the base in order to allow the base to be undercut. See also crecola . See also: Stampo a giro Stampo a fermo Stampo libero Credits to: Parole di vetro - Marsilio editore ISBN 88-317-7198-1...

Stampo a giro

Letterally round mould. It is a mould in which the glass is blown in order to have a repetitiveness of the shape. Usually the stampo has a round plan and opens in two pieces hinged along the centerline vertically. Two handles are applied to open the two section of the...

Crecola

It is a protuberance in iron or wood which can be an integral part of a stampo or be free inside it. The crecola is used to give shape to blown glass with an undercut shape, if it is part of or is inside a mold. Instead, it is used...

Cat - Glass Art Collection

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This cat is made of transparent glass in which surface are melted multicolored section of canna.A 24 Kr gold leaf is applied, under heat, on the surface.According to the tradition of glassmaking in Murano, no mould had been used to make this piece.

Balotòn

Metal mold with pyramidal points facing inwards and arranged regularly. By blowing the glass into the balotòn mold, it is possible to obtain a pine cone shape that can be used for further processing steps such as e.g. the sommerso and so have a series of regular bubbles. SHOW PRODUCTS...

Kiln casting

"Kiln casting" represents a method of glassmaking by which glassware is made by directing the glass in its molten state inside a mold, where solidification takes place. This technique finds its origins as early as the 15th century B.C., having been practiced in both ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. In modern...

Jaume Plensa

Jaume Plensa is a Spanish artist who creates sculptures and installations exploring human connection and spirituality. He collaborated with Berengo Studio, an Italian glass-making studio, to create the "Laura" series, a collection of head and bust sculptures made entirely out of glass. The sculptures are incredibly detailed and intricate, with...

3d printing with glass. Where are we?

In the 800 years of history of glassmaking techniques in our marvelous island of Murano we never stopped in experimentation. In the last five years the 3D glass printing technique is evolving at great speed. In the era of globalization, Murano still maintains an artisanal dimension that certainly cannot compete...
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