Despite the alluring properties of open flames, only glass, custom masonry, and middle-school diaries benefit from being thrust into them. Give your jewelry box new flare with this Groupon.
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- $35 for a glass-jewelry class (a $70 value)
Learn to create fused-glass cabochon gemstones using a variety of sparkling dichroic glass. Pieces may be transformed into necklaces, soulstones for trapping demons, or other forms of jewelry. During class, a number of techniques will be taught, including frit casting, finishing skills such as sawing and grinding, and methods for turning assorted materials into cohesive jewelry pieces. No glass experience is required, and all materials are provided.
- $25 for $50 worth of fused-glass collegiate collection pieces
Handmade, fused-glass pieces such as 10-inch Fluted Dog Head White Dessert Plate ($16.95), 16-inch Round Dog White Platter ($39.95), 16-inch White Round Logo, and set of four 4-inch White GT Coasters ($24).
Armstrong Glass Company
From its roots as a Georgian stained-glass manufacturer in 1977, the now international Armstrong Glass Company has slowly added more and more design elements to its inventory—from textured to fused to cabinet to iridescent glass. Each of Armstrong's handcrafted products differs slightly in coloring as it takes shape. This lends individuality to every piece, even if they’re identically designed. The company tackles custom projects with ease, such as tabletops, glass sinks, room dividers, and houses for people who don’t throw stones.
55 Chastain Rd.
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144