Pate-de-Verre (Hand Poured Glass) & Freshwater Pearl Earrings (Pierced)
Materials: Pate-de-Verre, Freshwater Pearl
Dimensions: Width x 1.5cm (0.5"), Length x 3.5cm (1.3")
Pâte de Verre is a glassmaking technique that involves the creation of a mould made of a heat-resistant material, such as plaster or silicone and the filling of the mould with small pieces of glass. The glass is heated until it melts and fuses together, creating a solid piece of glass in the shape of a mould.
Today, pâte de Verre is still used by glass artists and designers to create unique and beautiful pieces of art and jewellery. The technique requires a high level of skill and craftsmanship, making pâte de Verre pieces highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.
Together with the Pate-de-Verre and the freshwater pearl, these earrings are highly collectible.