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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glassybaby are one-of-a-kind hand blown glass votives and drinkers made by glassblowers in Berkeley CA and Seattle WA.
Featuring a full line of hand blown glass pipes from basic to scientific water pipes to high end headies.
Paradise City Arts Festival Blown glass, hand-crafted jewelry, ceramics, paintings, sculptures, more.
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.
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.
In past six years, a blown glass statue was produced by Kelly Lowe, a Hamilton artist.
As the awards have all been made using blown glass, it's highly challenging and there's always been a risk that they wouldn't turn out as I wanted them.