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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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It was a valuable time in my development as a glassblower.
Glassblower Dominic Fonde whose literary glass work will be featured in a new London exhibition
This is a place where people can watch you when they are downtown and have the ability to see a kind of art in motion," the glassblower said.
After graduating from college in 2000, Ballard spent a year working as a glassblower in New Mexico before eventually settling with his girlfriend in Austin, Texas, where he spent five years working as a designer and producer for a glass studio.
YOUNG Neston glassblower Charlie Macpherson, 25, last night won a special creative award in the regional final of the Shell Livewire Young Entrepreneur competition.
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For glassblower Kev had made the winner's pounds 400 crystal goblet.
demonstration by California glassblower Micheal Nourot, followed by scientific glassblowers demonstrating creation of an anatomically correct model heart.
To produce a mold-blown piece, a glassblower places the mold on the ground and uses a long blowpipe to blow the molten glass into the shape.
Robyn has worked at Newcastle University for seven years after answering an advert for an apprentice glassblower in 2010.
German glassblower FA Muller produced the first commercial contact lenses in 1887.