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glassblowing

[′glas‚blō·iŋ]
(engineering)
Shaping a mass of viscid glass by inflating it with air introduced through a tube.
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By 1882 the Ellison Glass Works was very large at five and a half acres and 700-1000 employees, producing 150 tons of goods per week.
It's no wonder, given the returns on these ugly, budget constructions, especially pre-fabricated schemes such as this Glass Works job.
Tomorrow, a 28-gig multi-venue music trail is led by the headline Glass works show featuring Bronagh Gallagher, Jessica Hoop, Little Green Cars and Marina and the Diamonds.
Solera Holdings Inc (SLH) has announced that it has agreed to acquire the insurance and services division of Pittsburgh Glass Works LLC.
He does away with classical forms," said Barovier, adding that Scarpa during his time at the Venini glass works "experimented, invented and shifted forms toward absolute minimalism.
GLASS works by Bahrain-based Italian artist Giuse Maggi are being showcased at the Bahrain Arts Society on Budaiya Road.
After turning some parts of my houses in Istanbul and in the resort town of Ayvalik, I began my stained glass works some 25 years ago.
The authority is considering proposals to close Broadfield House in Stourbridge, home of the glass collection, which would be moved to Red House Glass Works Museum, also in Stourbridge.
Speaking to Qatar Tribune, on the sidelines of the media tour of the gallery, recently, Walton said the expos would be a platform for visitors to see the similarities and differences between the ancient and the Islamic glass works.
VIRIDOR waste management is proposing to build a waste-burning incinerator adjacent to the ex-Nippon Glass works just off Rover Way.
the Libby-Owens team in the Corning Glass Works impacted the glass industry).
US-owned glassmaker Corning Incorporated has announced its Wear Glass Works in Sunderland will close on March 31, because of declining profitability.