A sunburst cut design usually applied to the bottom of glass objects.
The process of softening a partly-formed object by putting it back into the furnace in order to further shape or rework it.
A traditional German drinking vessel with an ovoid bowl, a hollow cylindrical stem decorated with rasberry prunts and a spreading, coiled or blown foot.
An adhesive-backed material such as vinyl that is used to "mask" or protect select areas of glass when sandblasting or etching.
Refers to machine-made flat glass that, as its name implies, is made by molten glass.
Hand-spun or machine-pressed circles of glass with smooth finished edges.
Special pliers that can be used for breaking a straight score on long, narrow strips of glass.