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05.Dome glass lampshades

Dec 22, 2017

Borosilicate (or "boro", as it is often called) is used extensively in the mouth blown and handmade process of lampworking; the glassworker uses a burner torch to melt and form glass, using a variety of metal and graphite tools to shape it. Borosilicate is referred to as "hard glass" and has a higher melting point (approximately 3,000 °F / 1648 °C) than "soft glass", which is preferred for glassblowing by glass makers. 


Our popular selling dome glass shades with different designs are made in lampworking comes in glass rods for solid work and glass tubes for hollow work tubes and vessels/containers. Following please refer to our lovely dome glass shades with different base-wood, bamboo, glass, plastic holder with electrical lights.

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