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  • Higgins Glass (pictured) refers to fused glass functional artwork produced by Michael and Frances Higgins of Chicago, in the latter half of the 20th century?

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Question 1: While fused glass techniques are generally used to create ________, glass tiles and jewelry, the slumping process allows the creation of larger, functional pieces like dishes, bowls, plates and ashtrays.
Studio glassGlassblowingRoyal Leerdam CrystalStained glass

Question 2: Fused glass is a term used to describe ________ that has been fired (heat-processed) in a kiln at a range of high temperatures from 593 °C (1,099 °F) to 816 °C (1,501 °F).
GlassBorosilicate glassMACORCranberry glass

Question 3: Since the 1970s, more hobbyists have focused on using kiln-fused glass to make ________ and components for jewelry.
BrassJewelleryBeadPearl







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