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    can you fix broken glass?

    I have a venetian glass/murano glass pendant that had a clasp made of glass, stupidly this AM when i grabbed my hairbrush i caught my necklace and flung it into the sink, breaking off the clasp, is there any way to fix this? I'm thinking super glue but I'm not sure if there's a way someone who works with glass could actually fix it or not.

    here's a link to a similar pendant:
    http://www.gearthatgives.com/cgi-bin...7.0.54.7.1.8.3

    I could just get a new one but this was a gift and souvenir from a trip so this makes me incredibly sad, plus i haven't seen one like it, in gold and blue :(

    It looked like a golden swirly milkyway...I guess i can do something with the heart but i really liked it as a necklace, any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
    jt

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    Superglue is about the only thing that I would try. E-6000 maybe. If there are no chips and just two pieces you might be able to get an almost undetectable join. Good luck...

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    You might be able to find someone locally who does torch working (also lamp working) and they should be able to fix it for you. Even if you can't find someone locally you could probably contact someone elsewhere and ship it to them. And even if that part that broke off isn't in one solid piece they should be able to just add a new clasp area with fresh glass.

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    You might be able to find someone locally who does torch working (also lamp working) and they should be able to fix it for you. Even if you can't find someone locally you could probably contact someone elsewhere and ship it to them. And even if that part that broke off isn't in one solid piece they should be able to just add a new clasp area with fresh glass.

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    thanks for the ideas, i know there is a glass making place in balboa park downtown, next time i go to the zoo i'll bring the heart and see if someone will fix it :)

    jt

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    probably. Ask my teacher from school ahaha


 

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