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glass-maker

n
(Ceramics) a person who makes glass or glass objects
ˈglass-ˌmaking n
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Glass-maker Pilkington is closing a factory with the loss of 140 of its workers.
Set in 1487 Venice, Falcon in the Glass tells of Renzo, who dreams of becoming the greatest glass-maker in Venice until his father is killed.
Artists include Cedar Careideo, doing totem-style carving; master beadwright Nicole Campanella, bead artist Kelley Angeley, Sarah Holden and dichroic glass-maker Charmain Pesnell.
THE sale of specialist glass-maker Romag is one of the options up for discussion after the troubled County Durham company revealed it would have to restate last year's accounts.
GLASS-MAKER Pilkington's Japanese owner Nippon Sheet Glass (NSG) has refinanced some of the pounds 1.
The operation at the St Helens head office of glass-maker Pilkington was one of several carried out at glass-making factories in six European countries this week.
The European Commission granted regulatory clearance, on April 29, for French glass-maker Saint Gobain to acquire Swedish company Dahl International AB.
Deeply indebted Mexican companies, like glass-maker Vitro and conglomerate Desc, have accepted slow or no sales growth.
NEW YORK-Swedish glass-maker Orrefors Kosta Boda recently opened its new "Galleri" on Madison Avenue here, reflecting the philosophy that the products on display are best viewed as the work of original artists.
Nestle's chairman Helmut Maucher and Ivan Fabio Zurita, president of the company's Mexican division, recently met with reporters at the headquarters of glass-maker Grupo Vitro SA.
PORTHMADOG glass-maker Bill Swann - just back from a successful showing and sale of his work in The Netherlands - is taking part in a county-wide arts festival in Gwynedd.
Japan's second biggest glass-maker has forked out pounds 142 million to double its stake in Britain's Pilkington in a bid to expand its global reach.