Worcester Glassworks

           The Worcester family uses soft glass to blow and shape with simple hand tools such as, stainless steel blowpipes, wooden blocks, steel scissors, and jacks with optic molds to create different patterns with colored glass.  These free form designs are unique pieces of art. While still hot the pieces are transformed into an annealing oven at 925 F to relieve strain to cool overnight to avoid breaking.

 

When you visit us in Kula, you can watch the glass making process in the most sophisticated molten glass shop in Hawaii. The gallery, which sells only our work, is well stocked with sculptures, platters, coral reef paperweights, vases, and bowls.

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