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Rolled Glass on Moroccan Lanterns

Rolled glass is a form of glass that has been used since the early part of the nineteenth century for churches, mosques and other religious sites around Morocco and elsewhere in the world. Rolled glass is often associated with stained glass applications like the large ones you’d see on a walled surface. It can also be used in Moroccan lanterns in your home. This glass is created by poured melted glass materials onto a table and then by rolling that liquid into a large sheet. This is similar to what you might use with dough on a rolling pin. Most places do this with a machine due to how hot the substance might be. The substance will then cool off so it can become hard in texture.

The intention of making glass for Moroccan lanterns this was is to create a brilliant glass surface that is hard enough for most spaces but still thin to where it will actually fit into a lantern. You might find rolled glass with a thickness of about one-eighth of an inch in most cases. This means that the glass will still be relatively thick and durable without being too hard. This can be designed in many shapes and colors just as well. The colors are particularly added as your glass is in its liquid state and a metal oxide agent has to be added to it. You can enjoy rolled glass on your lantern with a brilliant appearance that makes it similar to what you might find on a church wall.
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