Large Translucent Grey Hand Blown Glass Bowl With Opaque White Swirls
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This bowl is a large wide mouth hand blown grey bowl with white swirls running throughout the outer surface. It is quite large and would be perfect for storing things in. It has a very shiny smooth outside surface while the interior surface of the bowl has more of a “frosted” feeling and look to it. It would look good in your house or a friend’s home if you are looking for a good gift to give someone for Christmas. ☺ Its dimensions are: 5″ height; 6.75″ wide at the mouth; 4.5″ wide at the base. Please be aware that any extraneous marks in the pictures (white or otherwise) may be due to light reflections, shadows, or dust particles and may NOT be a part of the glass itself.
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Closed bowls: http://etsy.me/1dvgIhr
Open bowls: http://etsy.me/185oGrQ
I create unique hand-blown glass vessels and artwork from molten glass and want to share them with you! In 2009, after having had obtained both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in molecular biology and after having worked in the field (with DNA) for 18+ years, I decided to take up glass blowing.
I was attracted to the art of glass blowing and to the beautifully colored things that one could make. I started taking classes and private lessons with private instructors and eventually was able to create glass vessels such as bowls, vases, and cups in various colors and designs as well as beautiful glass art starting from molten glass that is kept at 2100 degrees F. As a result, I amassed a fairly large collection of over 180 pieces of glass.
So I decided to share them with the public by selling them. I opened up “Elliott Glass Art” which is an online business. I have a personal web site that you are welcome to visit, a Facebook page and this Etsy shop that I have created.
So as not to totally forget my previous career in molecular biology, I will be undertaking an effort to construct the DNA molecule in glass, and specifically a gene that I sequenced in my previous career. Of course, I will continue to make vessels of bigger and more elaborate quality, and I want very much, to share them all with you.