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Backed by investments from glassmaker Corning Inc. GLW -1.01% and investment-management firm BlackRock Inc., BLK -0.90% the Milpitas, Calif., company aims to more than double its annual output by year-end to more than 5 million square feet of glass.
McKee’s style was duplicated by other Pennsylvania glassmakers throughout the mid 20th century, including Jeanette Glass, which called its version Jadite, and Anchor Hocking, which called theirs Jade-ite.
Another of the newest tenants is Glassybaby, a decorative glassmaker, which opened a kiosk in 2017.
In the 15th century a glassmaker discovered how to make clear glass.
Patron tequila and French glassmaker Lalique have partnered to create Patron en Lalique: Série 2.
Collectors will appreciate the handcrafted glasses, which glassmaker Riedel specifically designed for rosé.
By inflating a glass gob into a multipart mold, glassmakers could make more precise designs and shapes.
Murano’s glassmakers have met technical and business changes across centuries.
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Definition of glassmaker for English Language Learners
: a person who makes glass
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