To make Africa, small pieces of blue, white, and green glasses were arranged in a pattern, fused inside of a kiln, and then cooled, in advance. Later, at the furnace, the rectangular panel of glass was reheated, covered with colorless glass gathered from the furnace, picked up by Tagliapietra on the blowpipe and shaped into a bubble.

To make Africa, small pieces of blue, white, and green glasses were arranged in a pattern, fused inside of a kiln, and then cooled, in advance. Later, at the furnace, the rectangular panel of glass was reheated, covered with colorless glass gathered from the furnace, picked up by Tagliapietra on the blowpipe and shaped into a bubble.

To make Africa, small pieces of blue,
white, and green glasses were arranged in a pattern, fused inside of a kiln, and
then cooled, in advance. Later, at the furnace, the rectangular panel of glass was
reheated, covered with colorless glass gathered from the furnace, picked up by
Tagliapietra on the blowpipe and shaped into a bubble.

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