Slag glass is still in vogue, but why?
Posted September 29, 2018 09:08:16We’ve seen some pretty amazing vases lately, like this one from the Japanese company Sengoku, but it looks like this vase isn’t quite the only one with a glass bottom.
A couple of people at SlagGlass told Ars Technic that this is indeed a Slag Glass vase.
You can see a video of the glass vases below.
They were made for a customer, but the glass bottom isn’t removable.
Slagglass has been selling glass vats for a few years now, but they’ve only made about 10 so far.
The company was founded in 2011, and it’s been making vases since 2013.
Slags is one of the oldest glass makers in the world, having started out making glass vials for the glass manufacturer Sengokuhan.
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