blown glass

blown glass

[¦blōn ′glas]
(engineering)
Glassware formed by blowing air into a ball of liquefied glass until it reaches the desired shape.
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Originally known as a 'floral architect,' Rachy created an installation of red blown glass flowers, dangling from 24-karat painted driftwood, hence the name 'Bulaklakan' (Flower Garden).
As you relax on a revolving platform, you can look up at, and all around, a huge 43-foot tower of blown glass.
Paradise City Arts Festival Blown glass, hand-crafted jewelry, ceramics, paintings, sculptures, more.
events, universities and organizations around the world, producing custom lines of 3D Memory Shadow Boxes, blown glass and reverse painted ornaments, specializing in detailed poly resin Sculptures and Figurines.
The small irregularities in the mouth blown glass make each pendant unique and add the story of the glass master's personal efforts using a 1000-year-old production method.
com HANDMADE in India, this features a white linen shade on a mouth blown glass base finished in sleek antiqued silver.
The bottles are made of blown glass from Italy, which makes each bottle unique, and the thick glass base keeps the bottle weighted to prevent it from tipping over when upright.
CRUZ is bottled in hand-numbered, blown glass bottles, made from 100% recycled glass and aluminum.
A wide range of visual media will be featured, including works of art in the areas of painting, pottery, graphite drawing, blown glass, photography and multimedia collage.
This volume showcases a diverse collection of contemporary blown glass art, curated by Susan M.
The Edwardian blown glass eyes, which date from the early 1900s, belong to Fred Nickson and form part of a display of medical and scientific collectors' items.
The displayed products include ceramics, weaving, copper, blown glass, vegetal fibres, mosaics, jewelry works, olive-tree wood, leather working, etc.