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GLASSMAKER AND GLASSBLOWER - Description, A Brief History Of Glassmaking In The United States, Education And Training, For More Information - Salary, Outlook

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For people who are artistically as well as technically inclined, glassmaking and glassblowing can be enormously exciting. They are crafts that require three-dimensional talents, as well as a feel for shape, color, and texture.


Glass artisans can earn a good living. The Crafts Report's 1999 Insight Survey reported that those who work with glass earned an average of $46,500 per year.


Glassblowing is a difficult and highly specialized craft. It takes a tremendous amount of determination and practice to learn. But those who master glassblowing hold very creative jobs. Some glassblowers work alone in their own businesses. Others are employed in factories, producing glassware, decorative items, or glass for science and industry. Some glassblowers teach their craft to beginners.

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