Glossary of Terms
Blown Glass is a type of glassware which is formed by a glass forming technique known as glassblowing. The process involves inflating molten glass into a bubble, or parison with the use of a blowpipe or blow tube by a person known as a glassblower, glass smith or gaffer. The two major methods of glassblowing are free-blowing and mold-blowing.
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