Implosion technique is often used to create pendants and rings. It comes down to melting thin strings of colored glass, laid down on a transparent and flat piece of glass, referred to as a table. Then, we heat this delicate preparation to melt the transparent part (the table) so that it traps the points of colored glass.
Because of the difference in density, when we crush this mixture on a graphite plaque, the colored dots rise in the clear glass.
The position, thickness, colour and shape of the dots enable us to create a unique pattern.