Dumbest idea I ever heard. I would have been ashamed to publish such silliness.
If someone is looking for perfection, art glass should be avoided. The closest I've seen to perfection is Tiffany, and even it has flaws.
I once sold a latticino bowl on eBay. The person who bought it wanted to return it because it had all these forming cracks and horrible things about it. I didn't know what to expect when I got it back -- it must have been beat up in the mail. It came back to me in perfect shape. I realized the buyer was a novice that was used to machine made glass. He thought the latticino cane margins, bubbles, and furnace ash were signs the bowl was disintegrating. I checked his feedback and saw he bought contemporary, fake Murano and European crystal. He didn't know what to expect from vintage art glass.