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hand·blown

also hand-blown  (hănd′blōn′)
adj.
Formed or shaped with a handheld blowpipe: handblown goblets.

handblown

(ˈhændˌbləʊn)
adj
(Crafts) having been formed by hand

hand′blown′

or hand′-blown`,



adj.
(of glassware) shaped by means of a handheld blowpipe: handblown crystal.
[1925–30]
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The fair features juried, hand-crafted objects in a variety of mediums including ceramics, hand-blown glass, metal, fiber, wood, photography, jewelry and prints.
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