flashed glass, also Kameoglas mentioned, is a flat or a bottle glass from two or several layers exists and different colors exhibits.
Particularly in the brightism, in the conventional Meier, in art nouveau and in the East Asian glass art flashed glass found with bottle glasses use. With the flat glass the milk flashed glass is most well-known, which is used for example for glare-free space illuminating or translucent windows in sanitary rooms.
One can manufacture it in several kinds.
- With flat glass it is made by merging Glasbändern of colorless Klarglas and cloudy glass, which are pulled at the same time from neighbouring Schmelzwannen.
- With the bottle glass by simply immersing in front at the Glasmacherpfeife hanging only little blown up glass quantity from colorless glass in colored glass and following blowing up. Or turned around a small quantity of colored glass is immersed into colorless glass, here has one the quantity of the colored glass which can be used better under control. Thus those often develop as Romans of designated Weingläser from lead crystal. By later out loops or - corrode from samples by the colored contrast interesting effects are obtained.
- One can melt on and by means of an iron over this spread also the colored glass evenly in the form of bars to the colorless glass.