The second in the popcorn series, Mr. Dee-lish was seen more often at movie theaters because you could close the box top! My glass version of Mr Dee-lish is sandblasted then silkscreened with red glass enamel and fired multiple times in a digitally controlled kiln. Each firing takes more than 24 hours to complete. Each popcorn kernel is made individually using 3 different shades of white glass on a lamp work torch. They're even sprinkled with a bit of yellow and gold enamel for a yummy, buttery look.