Introduction: Cored Ornament
This ornament is intended to look like a German blown glass embellishment prevalent in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. The decoration was made by pressing a diminished glass rise against a structure leaving a round geometric space. The space was silvered making an intelligent surface called a "witch's eye".
While trying to copy the glass adornment bits of a polyhedron were subtracted from a circle to make three spaces. A dainty layer of material was added to the circle surface with the goal that the decoration could have two colors. A connector was set at the top.