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  • verb Present participle of marver.

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  • Participants will receive hands-on instruction of techniques such as marvering, blocking and shaping as well as using a blowpipe, punties, jacks, tweezers and shears.

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  • Use a sharper angle marvering it, if you want a more pointed cap.

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  • I would try marvering or poking with it... fascinating!

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  • Beginning courses teach students how to make simple blown vessels, develop fundamental skills such as gathering, marvering, and puntying, use the Venetian style of glassblowing, construct solid sculptures with lamp working, and make beads.

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  • Beginning courses teach students how to make simple blown vessels, develop fundamental skills such as gathering, marvering, and puntying, use the Venetian style of glassblowing, construct solid sculptures with lamp working, and make beads.

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  • In glassmaking, rolling glass on a smooth, flat surface (marver, from the French marbre, "marble") while it's attached to a blowpipe or pontil, to smooth it or to consolidate applied decoration.

    November 9, 2007