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Make 100: Hand Blown Glass Jars

You know I can’t stay away from Kicksarter projects, always looking for something original that catches my attention. This is the case of these super beautiful Glass Jars made by Brad Keith.

He works with borosilicate, also known as “hard glass”. It takes between 3,000 – 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit to melt and shape this glass. After a piece is finished it is put into a kiln (oven) at 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit to aneal (harden) the glass. Because of this the jars are much stronger than standard glass and will last a lifetime.

Take a look at the pretty designs, admit that you want one! 😉

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