Glass fusing, also called lamination is
when two or more pieces
of glass are fired together
at 835°C in a special kiln.
Glass in different colours
can be used together,
each 1½ or 3 mm thick. Stringers,crushed glass and
glass powder are used for the design.
The finished result is a thick
In a second firing, at 725 °C,
the plate is put into a mould
of ceramics or steel, to
be bent and shaped into the desired
This is called Slumping.
Here you can see glass platters to