Wire melt jewellry is made by arranging glass on top of a piece of ” chicken wire”  on a stand in the kiln.  The glass melts at very high temperatures down through the little squares, puddling on the floor of the kiln.   After 24 hours when the glass has cooled it is cut into jewellry shapes and then returned to the kiln to remelt at lower temperatures to round the edges of the pieces.  Colours and shapes may be similar in different pieces but the pattern is always one of a kind.