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Glass Mosaic Artworks

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Glass art mosaic is a traditional Burmese mosaic made from pieces of colored glass, gems and semi-precious stones used to decorate art pictures, structures and furniture. The glass mosaic art form emerged in the 1500s, and over time, its use also became widespread, affecting the Europeans. Stonecontact.com brings together glass mosaic artists, wholesalers all around the world to get the unique design of various attractive glass mosaic art works for you with the best pricing.

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How glass mosaic pictures are made?

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Glass mosaic art is the creation of patterns or pictures using small pieces of materials such as clay, colored glass, gems and semi-precious stones, tiny ceramic tiles, or stones. The pieces are often glued or cemented to a surface such as a wall or a floor.

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What is mosaic glass art work(picture) called?

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It's called "Tesserae". Traditional mosaics are made of cut small cubes of roughly square pieces of stone or hand made glass enamel of different colours, known as tesserae. Some of the earliest mosaics were made of natural pebbles, originally used to reinforce floors.

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What is glass mosaic pieces made of?

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Usually clay, colored glass, gems and semi-precious stones, tiny ceramic tiles. Glass tiles are made from thin pieces of glass with translucent glaze fired onto the back of each tile. They're sold either individually or in predesigned mosaic patterns set on a mesh backing. Traditional ceramic tiles are made from firing clay at a high temperature.

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How to clean glass mosaic artworks?

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Simple wiping with a clean damp cloth with warm water is the best regular cleaning and for heavier soiling washing down should be carried out with warm water to which a soapless detergent has been added and finally rinsing with clean water and drying. In order not to damage the glass mosaic art work during cleaning, avoid harsh cleaning abrasive materials and effective chemicals, and do not press too hard.

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