Glass Fusing Posts

Fixing a Broken Fused Glass Clock

Fixing a Broken Fused Glass Clock

This fused glass clock was my first clock many years ago. Sadly, it got broken and has sat around since. In this fused glass tutorial I\'ll show you how I went about fixing it. ...
Making Fused Glass Cabochons from Part Sheets

Making Fused Glass Cabochons from Part Sheets

In this fused glass tutorial I\'ll show you how I make fused glass cabochons from part sheets. ...
Making the Black Rainbow Platter

Making the Black Rainbow Platter

In this fused glass tutorial we make a simple platter that has a rainbow of colours in raised strips in the middle. While a simple project, it is open to a lot of variation. ...

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Cabochon Cutting Posts

Hand Cutting a Blue Seam Teardrop Cabochon

Hand Cutting a Blue Seam Teardrop Cabochon

This odd piece Jefanite fused glass was not initially thought to be of much value, But I persisted and cut it into a teardrop shape. ...
Hand Cutting a Dichroic Fused Glass Cabochon into an Oval Shape

Hand Cutting a Dichroic Fused Glass Cabochon into an Oval Shape

This is a dichroic cabochon as it came out of the kiln. Like many cabs straight from the kiln they could do with some cold working. So I set about hand cutting this cab into a better oval shape. ...
Hand Cutting a Banded Fused Glass Oval Cabochon

Hand Cutting a Banded Fused Glass Oval Cabochon

This piece of Jefanite will cut into a beautiful stone. It has a purple shimmer over blue background and golden pinfire. I will be cutting it into a wide oval shape. ...

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Recent Jewellery Posts

Making a Silver Bracelet with Pre-Decimal Coins

Making a Silver Bracelet with Pre-Decimal Coins

In this jewellery tutorial I talk about making a charm style bracelet with sterling silver and pre-decimal Australian silver coins. ...
Gemstone Moh’s Hardness Scale

Gemstone Moh’s Hardness Scale

The Moh's hardness scale refers to scratch hardness. The resistance of one mineral to be scratched by another. ...
False and Confusing Gemstone Names

False and Confusing Gemstone Names

Some of the gemstone names we commonly use can be very confusing, and often costly to those unaware. For example, 'Indian Jade' is actually Aventurine, a form of quartz. The reference to 'Jade' is confusing and simply incorrect. ...

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