Hand Blown Colored Glass: Macaron Collection
Throughout its thousand-year history, the term colored glass has been applied to jewelry, decoration, and windows of buildings that include both flat panels and three-dimensional structures and sculptures. Dyed by adding metallic salts during its manufacture, the technique creates designs on metals with colored-glass paste placed within enclosures made of copper or bronze wires that have been bent or hammered into the desired shape. Nowadays, colored glass is still one of the most popular materials that allow artists to express design versatility in varied art forms.
Macaron collection uses various colorful beads combining with colored leather cords to bring an outstanding look.