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Core Forming (All)
Core Forming:  Informational: 
Core Forming This was the common method of making small glass vessels from around 1500 B.C. until the discovery of glassblowing. Dung, clay, and glass came together in a seemingly odd process that was indispensable for more than a millennium and a half. ...


2005 Glass Masters Series Iwao Matsushima (Advanced)
Core Forming:  Informational: 
Iwao Matsushima is a great master of Japanese glass art who has received international acclaim for his core-formed glass. He has reinvented the art of core-forming -- a process used by most of the world's glass makers more than 3,500 years ago, before the advent of glassblowing. Glassmakers would shape the body of a vessel around a core, wind colored trails around it, and add handles and a rim. After the vessel cooled, the core would be removed. He was inspired by a few small ancient Egyptian...


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