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Cameo Glass Blank (All)
Cold Working Glass:  Cameo Glass:  Informational: 
Cameo Glass Blank Some of the first glassblowers working in Italy—perhaps as early as 30 B.C.—made blanks for craftspeople accustomed to decorating hardstone objects. The glassblowing process required two contrasting glasses, usually blue and white. ...

Amanda Simmons works in kiln-formed and cameo engraved glass (All)
Kiln Formed Glass:  Cameo Glass:  Informational: 
Amanda Simmons works in kiln-formed and cameo engraved glass, inspired by the glass artists of America. ...

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