Definitions for "Lampwork"
Handmade glass beads made by manipulating slender glass rods in front of a gas burner.
A form of glassblowing where the glass is heated over a flame. Originally from the Middle Ages, the term lampwork referred to oil lamps with a blowpipe directed into the flame to increase the heat generated. Today, modern torches use propane, natural gas, or hydrogen mixed with compressed air or pure oxygen to generate the intense heat required.
Articles formed out of thin rods or canes over a small burner, usually small ornaments (also miniature flowers, insects etc for inclusion in paperweights)
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