From the design stage to the end product, here’s a behind-the-scenes look into the process of making these beautiful hand-made glass products.
Marking measurements out on the large flat format sheet glass.
Each large sheet of flat glass is cut manually, using the glass cutting tool.
A pair of special pliers will be used to break the glass into the required pieces, after it has been cut.
Cutting the glass into smaller pieces.
Getting creative with the design.
Designed and ready for firing in the kiln. The firing process could last from 14 to 24 hours, depending on the complexity of the design.
Create more designs and repeat.
Glass: Kok Wah, expressing his creativity through the design of various customized Christmas gifts.
Silk-screen printing: R, screen printing an in-house design on a canvas tote bag.