Glass blowing is a technique for shaping glass that has been used by humans since the 1st century B.C.
The process is inflating molten glass with a blowpipe to create a glass bubble that may be sculpted into functional or decorative glasses.
For millennia, glass has been one of the most important materials in human culture because to the glass blowing method.
Blowing glass is a hot and possibly dangerous job.
A glass blower must have a high heat tolerance, physical dexterity, and patience in order to work molten glass in a step-by-step process.
Classes in glass blowing skills may be offered by glass museums, shops, and individual glass blowers.
Burns, wounds, toxic fumes, eye damage, cancer, and persistent discomfort are all risks linked with glass blowing.
Using suitable safety equipment, such as aprons and gloves, and adhering to safety regulations, on the other hand, will reduce the risk of injury.