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Author Topic: Monart cased cloisonne ?  (Read 1770 times)

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Offline Frank

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Re: Monart cased cloisonne ?
« Reply #10 on: January 10, 2012, 02:19:19 AM »
At some point this style of decoration got christened cobweb. Ysart Glass plates 30 & 117 described as mesh-like. I would suspect Sue is not far off the mark as to how it was achieved but a dip mould could also be responsible. More likely is marvering on a textured surface which would fit with the Ysart way of working. It could not have happened with the same technique as Cloisonné though.
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Re: Monart cased cloisonne ?
« Reply #11 on: January 10, 2012, 11:53:10 AM »
Small chunks of clear glass on the marver would be a "textured surface".  :smg:

I was studying three bits of cobweb (all Vasart) at an antique centre on Saturday. There were definitely a good number of coloured glass "strands" snaking over the mostly clear blobs, which would be consistent with my theory.....
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Re: Monart cased cloisonne ?
« Reply #12 on: January 11, 2012, 12:14:31 PM »
Yes it would Sue.
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