Krispy Slyme Dabber

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This dabber is made with an unusual glass called Slyme.   Ahh, Slyme.  The most ectoplasmic color in the borosilicate palette. Pieces might appear to be glowing in daylight, but they’re not. Slyme is the new type of glass that’s changing the market and producing some truly unique works of art. The technique takes some time to master, and can be a frustrating process, but hard work always pays off. When done right, these Slyme-enhanced pieces are sought after, making the perfect addition to any glass lovers’ collection. (hat tip

Approx Length: 6.5"
Proudly handmade in Lake Zurich, Illinois USA
Limited Quantity and Availability. 

Note: This is a made-to-order art piece. Precise patterns and colors may vary, ever so slightly, due to the nature of glassblowing. And that's what makes yours one of a kind!

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Meet the Artist


Lake Zurich, Illinois

Q: How long have you been a glass artist?
A:I started in 2008 in Colorado. I moved back to my home town in Illinois in 2011 and began working in the scientific glass field for a few years and back to artistic glass.

Q: How did you start?
A: I first started by buying a cheap torch head and worked on a balcony in Frisco Colorado. It was a beautiful spot but not very practical. I then got an apprenticeship with ''Rone Glass'' in Denver. I worked with him for a year, where I learned all the fundamentals that have become the foundation of my career.

Q: What is your favorite style/ technique to use?
A: If I had to choose my favorite styles, I love wigwags, honeycombs and flip-disks

Q: What other glass artists are your favorite(s)?
A: I admire the work of Schmitz Glass , Rone Glass and Rosburg Glass.