lampworking

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lamp·work·ing

 (lămp′wûr′kĭng)
n.
The process of sculpting glass by twirling thin rods of colored glass over a gas-oxygen burner.
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Glass jewellery Talented glass artist and jewellery designer Carolyn, of CeeGee Jewellery, creates a unique range of earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants and lampwork beads.
Mazanares specializes in gemstones, crystals, lampwork beads, dichroic glass and pearls with sterling silver, brass and copper.
She soon made the jump from simple beads to more elaborate handmade glass beads, known as lampwork beads.
She was an artist and created and sold jewelry and lampwork beads at the Saturday Market in Eugene.
Sculptures, lampwork beads and jewelry by glass artist Peggy Gilbertson.
At the first stop, Harlequin, art lovers can see the handmade lampwork beads of Bavarian glass artist Melanie Moertel.