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  Wine Glass with Marble Top

The marble situated beneath the goblet is called latticino marble, created by twisting molten colored glass together to form a candy-cane pattern. The striped lengths of glass are then fused together, gathered in the flame, and shaped into a marble, creating the spiraled pattern visible above.

Height: 11"
Stem width: 8 mm
Width of chalice: 2 1/2"
Depth of chalice: 3"
Width of base: 3"
    Wine Glass with Marble Bottom

Height: 10 1/2"
Width of stem: 8 mm
Width of base: 2"
Width of chalice: 2 1/2"
Depth of chalice: 3"

 
     

 
           
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  Martini Glass One Marble at Top

This marble situated beneath the goblet is called a latticino marble, created by twisting molten colored glass together to form a candy-cane pattern. The striped lengths of glass are then fused together, gathered in the flame, and shaped into a marble, creating the spiraled pattern visible above.

Height: 8 1/2"
Width of base: 3"
Width of chalice: 4 1/4"
Width of stem: 8 mm
Depth of chalice: 2"

    Martini Glass Two Colored Marbles

This piece also uses the latticino technique to create the spiral marble pictured above.

Height: 11"
Stem width: 8 mm
Width of chalice: 2 1/2"
Depth of chalice: 3"
Width of base: 3"


 
 
     

 

 
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