New advances in material development are constantly affecting the fashion industry, for example, new or evolved fibers lead to better fire and wrinkle resistance of fabrics. These developments often allow the creation of increasingly dazzling and impressive designs, and this is true of CBS dichroic glass and contemporary jewelry.
Dichroic coatings (pronounced di-crow-ic) are not in fact a new technology, they have developed in Germany more than 100 years ago and have since been used for applications ranging from the diagnosis of certain diseases to their use in missiles. search for heat. Dichroic glass was originally developed for use in the US aerospace industry, but today we see it from a much more artistic perspective as it revolutionizes designer glass jewelry.
The dichroic glass creation process involves the precise depositing of layers of quartz crystals and metal oxides such as titanium, silicon, and magnesium on clear glass. Dichroism is literally an optical effect seen in certain materials where two different colors are seen when viewed from different directions. In dichroic glass one color is seen when light is reflected off the crystalline surface and with a change in angle a second color is seen when light passes through the glass.
Handmade dichroic glass jewelry is an extremely skilled art form that, when done right, achieves stunning, beautiful results. The design possibilities are limitless in all areas; color, shape, pattern, texture, etc., and with a creative designer, tremendously unique and interesting pieces can be produced. It's a contemporary medium for jewelry that can be adapted for both everyday wear and eye-catching special occasion pieces that dance in the light like diamonds but without huge price tags.
The best part about handmade dichroic glass jewelry is that each item is individually crafted and therefore has its own unique quality and character, making it impossible to recreate the same piece twice.