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On Tuesday, Jacki and I Drove to Sandwich, Ma to visit the Sandwich Glass Museum. We met up with two friends, Jim and Suzy (pumpkinhead) to tour the museum. One of the highlights at the museum is glassblowing demonstrations.

In this photo, the glassblower has inserted a hollow iron rod into the furnace. He has scooped up a blob of molten glass from a cauldron in the furnace, and is now spinning it around to shape it.
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ebkrueg

Yes, they have a mold line.

bowlakeboy

Beth, they were probably made by a different method, in which the molten glass is poured into a mold. Most of the museum's is molded rather than blown glass.

ebkrueg

Clear glass. They were my grandmothers. :))

bowlakeboy

Thanks, Suzy.

pumpkinhead

An excellent description (love the term blob) to accompany the photo, Ed. :)

bowlakeboy

Happy to share with you, Ardy. Have a nice day!

ringleader

A lovely place to be on a cool rainy day. Delightful to watch. Thanks, Ed, for sharing.

bowlakeboy

That's a cool coincidence, Beth. Are they glass, or metal?

ebkrueg

I have candlesticks like the one on his t-shirt. :))

bowlakeboy

There's a spell-binding quality to watching a glassblower, isn't there?

Shian2

Has to be seen to get the real feel of excitement of what they do, it fascinates me, Thanks, Ed.

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