Description in New Glass Review: Fused and blown glass.
Description from entry form: Murano Crystal Monolith comprimised of twelve mono-blocks made in different coloured "zanfirico". The mono-blocks are first of all individually squared up and ground then fused together to forma single piece of crystal which is ground witha sand stone wheel in order to achieve the final shape. This version is to be made in a numbered edition of only 100 pieces.
Object discussed in Jury Statement by Jane Aldin.
Technique: Blown, fusing.
Image orientation: portrait.
Published in: New Glass Review 22, p. 15, no. 57.
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