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Colours Reflect onto the cooker - Puddleduck
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Colours reflect onto the cooker

From Outside

This Fused Glass Window

was made to cover an ugly window above the stove.

The window is used instead of a blind
When Moored up on the canal the window changes with the scene outside and the light.

The glass was tack fused and frits where applied.
Frits are ground pieces of glass in variety of sizes and colours.
Tack fusing is when the kiln temperature is not taken to full fuse and
the glass applied stays slightly risen up and does not melt fully.

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Window above the stove - changing background - Puddleduck
Window above the stove on Puddleduck
Window above the stove - Puddleduck

BATHROOM WINDOW NEARLY FINISHED

Bathroom window on Narrowboat Puddleduck by Diane Thornton
Outside Bathroom window on Narrowboat Puddleduck by Diane Thornton
Detail of Narrowboat Puddleduck Fused Glass Bathroom Window by Diane Thornton
Detail of Narrowboat Puddleducks Fused Glass Bathroom window by Diane Thornton
Detail of Narrowboat Puddleduck's Fused Glass  bathroom window by Diane Thornton
Glass ready to be fitted top window

Glass ready to be fitted - top window in the bathroom.

Job for Spring.

Fused Glass Porthole Door Window - after firing

Porthole Window fired ready to be fitted.

Glass for Puddleduck Porthole Door

Window for porthole in the Boat Door.

Ready to be Fired.

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