glasswork


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Synonyms for glasswork

an article of tableware made of glass

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Founded in 1836 in the Southern Bohemian town of Klostermuhle, today part of the Czech Republic, the glassworks first came into the hands of the Loetz family in 1852.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), a Japan-based automaker, is equipping its new Lexus LS model with AGC Asahi Glass's 'Kiriko' glasswork.
She adds that no pieces are alike, which reflects the individuality of the client and contributes to the exclusive nature of her glasswork.
He was commended by UK Skills and the Scottish Executive for organising and running the event - the first live one for glasswork - on behalf of World Skills Scotland.
Miss Montgomery, of Oswestry, says she decided to study architectural glass after her mother took her to Coventry Cathedral and she was inspired by the contemporary glasswork.
And the exhibition disregarded the art-craft duality to include Josiah McElheny's virtuoso installation of conceptual glasswork. By internalizing these boundaries, the Biennial effectively erased them.
The intricate glasswork depicting religious figures, kings and prophets was seen by millions.
30 and is a juried show featuring woodworking/woodturning, glasswork, ceramics, pottery, fiber art and more.
During a two-year MA course, students learn traditional crafts such as ceramics, glasswork, woodcarving, painting and textiles
COLOURFUL CRAFT: Ruth Lyne with some of her glasswork on display until the end of the month at The Stop House, Braunston.
Created by Clare Satow, Bruce Tuckey, Lucy Broadhead and Jenny Burns, the double-size bed features woodwork, embroidery, glasswork and printed fabrics and will be featured in the Flotilla exhibition at the Gateshead Visitors' Centre from tomorrow.
Work by 20 professional artists will be showcased from 10am to 5pm, and will include watercolours, jewellery and glasswork as well as music from local bellringers.
Other works include water-patterned fabric hangings, glasswork, a painting of a slimming club and a sculpture of someone diving into a pool.
Artists currently on exhibit are Roxie Munro, illustrator, painter and a prolific cover artist for The New Yorker magazine, Michael Davis, stained glass artist and glassblower, whose glasswork is sold regularly at Tiffany & Co.
The writing will be included in a community layer of the final piece of glasswork to be put into the new Museum of Liverpool in 2010..