Juba Glass Contemporary Lampwork Borosilicate Marble Gold Silver Fume Sra
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Juba Glass Contemporary Lampwork Borosilicate Marble Gold Silver Fume Sra:
Untitled Document Contemporary Lampwork Borosilicate MarbleBeautiful gold and silver fume backed with smokey cobalt blue. Excellent marble with great fume colors!This marble measures approximately 35mm (1.45 inches)
Each marble is signed and dated Juba 2013.
Self Representing Artist B-215
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About Juba Glass:
Each piece is made individually by Josh Bonazza at his Juba Glass studio in Oregon. Josh is a self taught artist who has been lampworking hot glass since 1996, specializing in hand blown borosilicate hollow vessel forms and lampworked beads and marbles. Josh and his wife, Nikki, are happy to be able to offer buyers a chance to buy glass which is made by hand in the USA, and available directly from the artist.
Borosilicate glass (boro) has a color-changing quality which is dependent upon the light it is viewed in. These photos were taken in bright indoor light. Take your glass into the sunlight to see it at its most brilliant.
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We want our customers to be satisfied. If you receive an item that you are not satisfied with and would like to request a credit, please contact us within 5 days of receipt. Sorry, no cash refunds - exchange/credit only.
Our workmanship is guaranteed, and beads are properly kiln annealed for a long, strong life.