Brad Shute's Wicked Good Handmade Glass WebSite
A site devoted to sharing information about handmade glass, glassblowing, lampworking, and glassmaking.
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不要了好深戳到肚子了What this website is all about:
In-depth information about handmade glass and glassmaking techniques has always been difficult to find. In fact, over the centuries glassmaking information has been such a closely guarded secret that teams of assassins were sent to silence those who would divulge these secrets. Fortunately for us, things have lightened up a bit on that front, and over the last few years there has been an explosion in the creation of handmade glass, starting first with furnace glass, and then lampworked (or flameworked) glass.
This site is devoted to sharing information about handmade glass and glassmaking. These pages are intended for those with an interest in glassmaking - from experienced glassmakers willing to share their hard-won knowledge, to those who would simply like some background information about how their favorite piece of glass was made. I hope this site will make it a little easier for people to find glassmaking information than it was when I started. Often, the biggest problem in finding an answer is knowing the right question to ask, or where to ask it. It is hoped that the information on this site will make finding those answers a little easier.
These pages have intentionally been kept free of the HTML bells and whistles seen elsewhere. There are no frames, very few graphics and the page sizes have been kept relatively small so they will load quickly, even for those who have a slow connection to the internet. Dancing logos and musical icons get annoying quickly and take too long to load for my taste.
If you have any suggestions, criticisms, or stumble over any bad links, please let me know.
To get to the rest of this website use the navigation page.
The links there have accompanying descriptions and there are links to several search engines as well.
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You may contact Brad Shute at: email@example.com
This site and everything on it is copyright 1997-2001 by Brad Shute. No part of it may be reproduced without my express written consent. (Yes Brian, this is meant for sleazebags like you.)
The URL of this page is: http://handmade-glass.com