Fused Glass



The online catalog contains current work of both made-to-order production styles and one-of-a-kind fused glass art.

Kiln-formed or "fused" glass works are created by heating an arrangement of glass pieces in a kiln to 1550 degrees F, a temperature at which the glass is "fluid" and melds. The liquid glass is then carefully cooled until it hardens as one piece. That new piece of flat glass may be formed into bowl-like shapes in a second kiln-heating, just to the temperature it softens and bends to fit the shape of the mold. This phase is called slumping.

Ernest Porcelli welcomes individual sales, private commissions, and wholesale production orders. A price list is available upon request.


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