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With a brief breath, avoiding reflux of hot air, the glassmaker inflates the molten glassy mass. The expansion of the air thus creates a bubble. The glassmaker then rests his cane on an iron bar and rolls it to center the incandescent glass properly. Each gesture is precise, and ten years of learning are sometimes necessary to master them. Constant attention is required throughout the blowing and rolling phases.
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