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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of lampwork.

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Examples

  • Recently, I've been poking around for current or past others uses for our glass art, and have come across this cupcake and plate that are lampworked and slumped/fused by Patty and Dinah Hulet in the glass hand cooler fashion.

    Glass Hand Coolers- Modern & Delightful

  • Create masterful art and jewelry pieces with Czech fire-polished, Czech pressed glass, opalite, goldstone, rainbow "stone," bumpy beads, lampworked glass, liquid glass, dichroic glass and glass components ... the Fire Mountain Gems and Beads Jewelry Maker's Comprehensive Catalog's the limit!

    Contests and Fun Stuff in the Glass World

  • All of my lampworked beads came out looking like genetically altered irradiated misshapen chickpeas.

    toastcrumbs Diary Entry

  • Compare Dale Chihuly's 1980 blown-glass piece to Ginny Ruffner's ebullient lampworked glass from the 1990s, and then look at Preston Singletary's blown- and carved-glass tribute to his Tlingit heritage created in 2002.

    The Seattle Times

  • Combine the clay with lampworked and fused d ... 0 points

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  • This is a hand crafted flex-wire rosary bracelet made from 8mm Czech glass flower lampworked beads with sterling and garnet spacers.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

  • Lundberg Studios began with pieces that really recalled Tiffany and other art nouveau styles using iridescent glass, but gradually Steven Lundberg began combining pre-lampworked parts with his torchwork designs for paperweights, creating a major breakthrough in both realism and three-dimensionality.

    Antique News News!

  • I’ve heard of and worked with lampworked/lampwork beads, but never lampbeads.

    Regretsy – Chimes and Misdemeanors

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