How a Glassblowing Master Creates Pieces for Fine Dining Tables — Handmade

At More Fire Glass Studio, Elizabeth Lyons and her team take us through the fascinating process of glass blowing one-of-a-kind pieces. We see how cups, jars, vases, and other beautiful shapes go from sand to full blown items that can be used on restaurant tables. You can see more work from More Fire Glass Studio here:

Producers: Carla Francescutti, Pelin Keskin
Camera: Carla Francescutti, Murilo Ferreira
Editor: Murilo Ferreira

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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27 Replies to “How a Glassblowing Master Creates Pieces for Fine Dining Tables — Handmade”

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  2. Cool video, also I drive a genesis so thought that was really weird that they funded this but also really really cool

  3. Shout out to everyone who gathered too little and tossed a piece cause the moil was too small 👍

  4. It kinda fascinates me how glass can look so stretchy, and almost tasty (if you know what I mean), but can change into a fragile piece of art

  5. She said she's been working with Jen for 16yrs and I'm like damn, Jen doesn't even look 16.. Beautiful..

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  11. What about glass blowing in zero g! – Intl space station glass blowing forge on season 223 of blown away.

  12. I learned more about glassblowing from this one video than an entire season of Blown Away on Netflix. Why don’t they explain anything?

  13. 2:17 "In the glory hole… taking some action on the piece"

    That just took my attention from the vid for a sec

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