Fuming is a process through which precious metals are fused to the surface of the glass using specific heat settings, making these tiny triangles extra special. Silver produces a metallic look that can include greens and blues. Depending on the light you will see navy, cornflower blue, greys and silvers.
These exciting earrings are part of our newest collection of women owned, made in the South jewelry. Each piece is unique and made by hand in Asheville, NC.
silver fumed glass
Stainless Steel Ear Hooks
Currently she designs and works out of the North Carolina Glass Center, a nonprofit in Asheville, NC. She finds joy in the process of dreaming an idea and turning it into something tangible. The ability to create positivity through art keeps her inspired!
About the Process:
Flameworking, also called torchworking, is a process using a torch to melt and manipulate rods of glass.
Jenna uses a type of glass called Borosilicate, which is often referred to as “hard glass.” It is a durable material that allows her to create varying sizes of work that remain lightweight and wearable.