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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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At that time sheets of glass were made by a glass-blower who blew a large sphere, sliced it open and flattened it.
They ate doughnuts and funnel cakes as a glass-blower made smoking pipes.
Kathryn, 42, an experienced glass-blower and cutter, did a foundation art course at Cardiff University before a degree at Wolverhampton University and a masters at the Royal Academy of Art.
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A glass-blower will showcase his skills, while a kite-flyer from Delhi will fly 100 kites at the same time.
In our family we were lucky 'cos our dad was a glass blower by our dad was a glass-blower by trade and he would bring home loads of glass balls and different shaped bits and pieces for hanging off the gas mantles and nails in the walls.
Among those hoping to make the grade are former carpenter Tom Hopkins-Gibson, who has travelled down from Scotland with his porcelain and wooden bowls, professor of architecture Richard Weston, who dazzles the buyers with his unique silk scarves, and glass-blower Charlotte Sale.
A glass-blower will be on-hand to create exquisite craft pieces.
I put the question to master glass-blower, Fabio Fornasier.
Jackson later told the 20-year-old glass-blower from Marstons Mills, Mass.
The former glass-blower was overjoyed to receive a message from the Queen and enjoyed a bumper party with friends and relatives at Victoria Manor residential home in Whitley, Coventry.
Another showed her accidentally breaking a blown-glass vase then asking the glass-blower "Is that bad?