What a shame, Sandy! The adhesive remover you need depends on the type of glue or epoxy that was used to attach the bail to the glass. Because it is dichroic
, this fired glass is almost indestructible!
For super glue types, a good acetone will help to weaken the glue, and then use a thin blade to gently pry the bail off. Good acetone is found in most name-brand nail polish removers or in a hardware store. (Yes, acetone has fumes, so use it in a well-ventilated area, as directed on the product label.) Some folks say you can also cover the glue with pure lemon juice, wait a while, and then cover the lemon juice with table salt to work dissolving the glue.
A crafter's white glue (that dries clear) can be soften in hot water and then pried off too. I am sure that some of our readers will have some other advice for us too. Good luck!