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Murrini & Vitrigraph for Glass Artists

I first started making murrini and vitrigraph for use in my own work, trying to get something a little different to what everyone else was using!

 

Because a single 'pull' produces a reasonable quantity of murrini, I thought I'd see if there were other artists out there that felt the same as me, and wanted to buy something just a little bit different. It's fair to say, therefore, that I'm not a big commercial producer of the glass you see on this page: it's just me, making murrini I like to use myself, cutting it by hand and taking enjoyment from how glass flows!

I tend to work with Bullseye glass so a lot of my murrini and vitrigraph is made from this and is therefore CoE90. I have recently started making a small selection made with Oceanside (Spectrum) glass which is CoE96.

Please note: the pictures are for illustrative purposes and show previous examples of my work. What you receive will therefore vary very very slightly from the one in the picture, but that's because it is lovingly handmade by me and not mass produced in a factory somewhere!

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