Preheating steel blowpipes we'll use to shape the glasses

Preheating steel blowpipes we'll use to shape the glasses

Glass is gathered out of a furnace at 2100 Degrees F on the end of a 5 ft steel pipe

Gathering molten glass from the furnace

Gathering molten glass from the furnace

Shaping a molten glass

Shaping a molten glass

Beginning to blow the glass

Beginning to blow the glass

starting the constriction or neck line where the bubble will be broken free

starting the constriction or neck line where the bubble will be broken free

Attaching the punty,  the process known as transferring, where the bubble it attached to a new handle on the bottom and the lip can be shaped

Attaching the punty,  the process known as transferring, where the bubble it attached to a new handle on the bottom and the lip can be shaped

Beginning to open the lip

Beginning to open the lip

Reheating

Reheating

Opening the glass for final shaping

Opening the glass for final shaping

Final Shaping

Final Shaping

Breaking free from the punty

Breaking free from the punty

Resting in the oven (for a day or two)

Resting in the oven (for a day or two)

Classic Medium Dombey Glass
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