DieGlasblaeserin

Glass art from Lauscha

Lauscha, Thuringia
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Announcement    Attention! From 15.-21.5..bin I can be found in Waren/Müritz in the Mecklenburgische Glaswerkstatt. You can still browse the shop! The next shipment for orders from 14.5.is the 22.5.
In my shop you will find great glass items from my workshop!
NOTE: These glass items are not toys.
*The product individually is made by hand in front of the burner, slight deviations in size, color and workmanship are due to this manual work and no reason for complaint.
*Actual colors may differ from the color on your screen.

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Last updated on Dec 17, 2020

Attention! From 15.-21.5..bin I can be found in Waren/Müritz in the Mecklenburgische Glaswerkstatt. You can still browse the shop! The next shipment for orders from 14.5.is the 22.5.
In my shop you will find great glass items from my workshop!
NOTE: These glass items are not toys.
*The product individually is made by hand in front of the burner, slight deviations in size, color and workmanship are due to this manual work and no reason for complaint.
*Actual colors may differ from the color on your screen.

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Grit Müller-Sachs

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Video summary: Hier bin ich beim Arbeiten an meinem Brenner zusehen

Glassblowing tradition in the 16th generation

Lamp-blown glass or glassblowing in front of the lamp is the method of processing glass with the help of a table burner. Originally, an oil lamp was used instead of the burner, hence the term "lamp".
The resulting articles are relatively thin-walled in contrast to objects manufactured in the glassworks at the furnace.
Today, the glassblowing lamp (the burner) is operated with earth or propane gas, compressed air and/or oxygen, depending on the processing temperature of the type of glass to be processed.
In order to produce a glass vessel, a glass tube is required as a starting product. Depending on the size of the vessel, a correspondingly long pipe section is removed from the pipe. When pulling off, the so-called skewers are formed. These serve as a handle on which the pipe section/vessel is held during further processing Under uniform turning, the pipe section is partially heated in several steps, the shaping is carried out by inflating, pulling or compressing corresponding areas.
In metal oxide décor, a mixture of different chemical compounds e.B silver nitrate (the rest is a family secret!) is applied and burned in and twisted during processing. Through reductine reactions, the metals emerge again and are inseparably linked to the glass.
For the method, the term "hand-blown" is often used colloquially.
For the production of solid products (such as glass pens, figures, etc.), glass rods are used, which are also allowed to converge in the flame, pull, compress, fuse together, twist ... .. but they are not inflated...
In the workshop of Grit Müller – Sachs in Lauscha, visitors can watch the creation of a wide variety of shapes and types of lamp-blown glass.
An extensive range of products with unmistakable unique specimens
Decorative and utility glass of the finest design leaves nothing to be desired by glass lovers and collectors.
In addition, even unusual shapes and types of glass can be individually realized.
Let yourself be fascinated by the handicraft design and convince yourself of the mastery of the Müller – Sachs family during a visit to the local workshop.
My items are individually handmade. Small differences in size, shape and color are therefore unavoidable and do not constitute a reason for complaint. On the contrary, they are signs of genuine manual work.

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  • Grit Müller-Sachs

    Owner


    Born on 26.07.1968
    1985-1987 Apprenticeship as glassblower/glass designer at VEB Glaskunst Lauscha
    Since 1990 work in his parents' craft business
    1997 Graduation as Master Art GlassBlower
    2014 Continuation of Sachs-Glas

Production partners

  • Fa. Haberland

    Lauscha, Germany

    Hersteller des Baumschmuckes

  • Hertzsch Christbaumschmuck

    Lauscha, Germany

    Glasbläserei in Lauscha

  • Jingle Bells

    Lauscha, Germany

    stellt diese Artikel her

  • Glasbläserei

    Lauscha, Germany

    ehemalige Glasbläserei

  • Glasmalerei

    Lauscha, Germany

    bemalt von mir hergestellte Glaswaren

  • Marlies Patzloff

    Thuringia, Germany

    Das Malerliesl hat die von mir geblasene Glaskugel mit diesem tollen Motiv bemalt.

  • Monika Eichhorn Dist

    Lauscha, Germany

    Glasmalerin

  • Thüringer Weihnacht

    Limbach, Germany

    Hersteller des Christbaumschmuckes

  • Glasbläserkollege, verstorben

    Lauscha, Germany

    einzelne Produkte habe ich von ihm gekauft

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