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glass-blowing

n
(Ceramics) the process of shaping a mass of molten or softened glass into a vessel, shape, etc, by blowing air into it through a tube
ˈglass-ˌblower n
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glass-blowing

[ˈglɑːsˌbləʊɪŋ] nsoffiatura del vetro
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We cannot expand anymore now if we don't have a vehicle for delivery and a vehicle for taking glass to the glass-blowers shop and bringing finished goods back to our warehouse," Abichaker lamented.
Eventually she was chosen as one of three glass-blowers to undergo an intensive four-weeK masterclass under the glare of the cameras.
BEST FOR HAND-MADE CHRISTMAS GIFTS - Eisenach, Germany: Held in the courtyard of Wartburg Castle - overlooking picturesque Thuringia - this medieval-themed market has glass-blowers, stone-cutters and candle-makers creating gifts you can buy as soon as they are made.
Known the world over for its glass-blowers and their products, Murano has a regular tourist footfall.
Young and old can enjoy the wreath makers, glass-blowers and blacksmiths demonstrating their arts, concert recitals and carol singers, nativity displays and even ice-skaters on the Heumarkt, all adding up to a wonderful atmosphere.
Young and old can enjoy the wreath makers, glass-blowers and blacksmiths demonstrating their arts, and concert recitals and carol singers, nativity displays and even ice-skaters on the 'Heumarkt', all add up to the wonderful atmosphere.
Hot pursuit; integrating anthropology in search of ancient glass-blowers.
What we are trying here is to give them the ability to develop their skills to become professional glass-blowers.
At Stuart Crystal's Factory Shop, you can see watch glass-blowers work in the factory's 18th century cone and watch the elegant engraved glassware which graced the dining tables of the Titanic and other Top People's cruise liners being faithfully reproduced.