The Art and Craft of Lamberts Mouth-Blown Glass: Coming soon on TV!

The popular “How It´s Made” TV show visits the Lamberts factory in Germany to learn about the unique tools and techniques used in traditional glassmaking. The segment, titled “Mouth Blown Window Glass” is scheduled to air on Thursday, September 24th, 2015 at 9:00pm (Eastern Time) on the Science Channel. Tune in to learn about this fascinating craft!

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“All human beings respond instinctively to color, and its effects are very important in the process of treatment and healing. When natural light is transmitted through glass, it elevates the effects of color. Lamberts’ ancient glassmaking techniques produce an art glass that transmits light beautifully. The clarity of the color combined with the structure of the glass creates an unsurpassable visual effect.” – Kenneth von Roenn

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Above: The Production of Lamberts Mouthblown Glass.

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