applying paints to the surface of the glass and then firing each piece in
the kiln to fix the paint
fusing different pieces of glass or other elements in to one piece by
firing at higher temperatures in a special kiln
slumping glass in to a mould resulting in areas of the glass appearing
in relief.. this also requires higher temperatures

acid etching, quite dangerous, involving the use of strong acid to
eat through the glass revealing either secondary colours in glass or to
acheive a particular effect

staining, applying traditional yellow stain to the lower side of the
glass before firing in the kiln
mosaics, fixing broken pieces of glass to a base glass and filling in
the spaces with cement
sandblasting, abrazing the surface of the glass by blasting sand on
to specific areas and protecting other parts with a mask
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