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Adding the hot glass gives a spiral effect.
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The pontil is attached and he's ready
to break the piece off at the neck.
Below shows him opening the neck.
He continues to open the neck and reheat.  On the lower right, the piece is now ready for the annealing oven.
The piece is added with the rest of the day's work to spend the night in the annealing oven.  We will see the day's work tomorrow morning.
This page was last updated on: July 12, 2017
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Bruce Cobb, glassblower at work; the New Hampshire glassblower make a lily pad vase in his Pittsfield, NH Glass studio.  Watch Bruce Cobb, New Hampshire glassblower make a lily pad vase in his Pittsfield, NH Glass studio.
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