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Hot days and cold nights , moist winter and extremely dry summer cooked and fused some elements of Israeli soil into the body of the glass. It created a unique wrapping of many thin, iridescent layers of silica, called "patina". Each fragment of glass went through its own individual changes in color and shape. Those who unearthed the Roman glass shards in the 1970s in Israel were amazed how beautiful it looked It was about this time when few creative designers in the Old Jaffa understood that a unique jewelry could be done using Roman glass pieces And the glass must be a centrepiece indeed.