glass floats have been made and used by fisheries in many parts of the world including Europe and Asia and are said to have originated in Norway in the late 1800s. A float can be identified as European, Asian or Scandinavian according to the method of manufacture and identification of its markings. For example Japanese floats are hand blown and have a seal button whereas Korean floats are made in a 3 part mould and have the symbols embossed on the side of the glass. Hand blown glass fishin
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Frog Bowl by Georgia Pozycinski and Joseph Pozycinski (Art Glass & Bronze Sculpture) | Artful Home
JOSEPHINA ESPINOSA...In the 1980’s she became fascinated with fusion glass. Exited by the artistic possibilities of this medium, she is now using these techniques full-time; always taking forms from nature, bright colours and letting the subconscious mind lead the way. Her works have been exhibited in Southwest Florida and in private collections all over the world. Other than stained and fusion glass she has studied flower design, china painting and landscape design.