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Q. Why the odd name? What the heck is "mitosis" and what does it have to do with glass?

A. Mitosis is the biological event of cell replication. All the cells in your body, and in all living things, continuously regenerate as old cells die.
As I stood in my glass studio one day, looking at the thousands of dollars worth of equipment and tools and the 100+ pounds of glass, I thought back to my first lampworking class, when I came home with seven rods of glass and five mandrels. Somehow this hobby exploded on me and I was reminded of cell replication. Yes, I'm a nerd.

This isn't my first time at the rodeo. Check out my long time buyer account for all my awesome feedback: http://fishbulb500.etsy.com

All beads are made by me in my home studio and properly kiln-annealed for strength…

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  • Born on October 17
  • Joined October 24, 2009

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About

Q. Why the odd name? What the heck is "mitosis" and what does it have to do with glass?

A. Mitosis is the biological event of cell replication. All the cells in your body, and in all living things, continuously regenerate as old cells die.
As I stood in my glass studio one day, looking at the thousands of dollars worth of equipment and tools and the 100+ pounds of glass, I thought back to my first lampworking class, when I came home with seven rods of glass and five mandrels. Somehow this hobby exploded on me and I was reminded of cell replication. Yes, I'm a nerd.

This isn't my first time at the rodeo. Check out my long time buyer account for all my awesome feedback: http://fishbulb500.etsy.com

All beads are made by me in my home studio and properly kiln-annealed for strength and durability. Any spacer beads, ie. crystals, silver balls, etc. that are not made by me will be disclosed in applicable listings.

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