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The Tiffany lamps have a long history and because they are hand-welded, the lines on the surface are not uniform, but this does not detract from their beauty. As the colours of the glass that make up the Tiffany lamps are not pure, such as blue, there are some greens, yellows and whites mixed in with the greens and also some browns and reds. Yellow will be mixed with white, such a colour that is distinctive because the pigments are added only during the firing of the glass, and the pigments, if added halfway through, will not mix evenly with the original glass solution, so that some texture is created. The surface of the glass is also not uniform, after the glass is melted, it is not easy to make a flat 3mm thick, this is just poured into the mould and let it cool naturally, because the melted glass is very poorly liquid, so when it cools, some places will be larger than 3MM, some places will be a little thinner, but the difference is not big, and it does not affect the production of lamps, because, when making glass lampshades, are cut into small pieces The glass is then wrapped in copper foil around the edges. Some customers say that our lampshades are not made of glass, because they have not seen the production of Tiffany, after cutting the glass into small pieces, we are to connect the different coloured glass pieces through high temperature welding, if it is plastic or other materials, once encountered high temperature will completely melt, it is impossible to make a lampshade. So there is another way to verify that it is real glass and not plastic, you can grill the centre of the glass with a lighter and he will not be melted.
So customers who come across Tiffany for the first time must not blindly guess the authenticity of the glass.

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