A round plate Shining: Blue and Green
This round plate with a clear body has hundreds thin colorful rays originating from the center. Most of the rays are gently green and blue, but if you look carefully, you notice light purple rays in between. All these rays are at the top of the plate, on its glance surface. But there are also shorter rays in the center which are on the bottom side of the plate. That side is matte and makes top rays more visible.
To make this plate I used a so-called "stretching" technique of glass fusing which requires 4 firings in a kiln at temperatures varying from 1200F to 1520F (650C-830C). Some firings last for up to 25 hours.
The plate is relatively heavy, and its weight makes it steady. It is food safe, and i recommend manual washing.
Diameter: ~11 inches