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When these large, "pizza" slabs are cut into smaller smalti tesserae, it's actually the interior edge—not the large surface—that becomes the exposed element. Generally, artists and designers to receive smalti in its smaller form. For large decorative surf

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Originally appeared in The Foundry at Domus Orsoni
on October 13, 2010
When these large, "pizza" slabs are cut into smaller smalti tesserae, it's actually the interior edge—not the large surface—that becomes the exposed element. Generally, artists and designers to receive smalti in its smaller form. For large decorative surf
When these large, "pizza" slabs are cut into smaller smalti tesserae, it's actually the interior edge—not the large surface—that becomes the exposed element. Generally, artists and designers to receive smalti in its smaller form. For large decorative surfaces, these smalti piastrina—which have a smooth exterior surface—are used.

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