Glassblowing at Jamestown Glasshouse [videorecording] / Finley-Holiday Film Corp. ; Mark Finley, producer.

Glassblowing at Jamestown Glasshouse [videorecording] / Finley-Holiday Film Corp. ; Mark Finley, producer.

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Whittier, Calif.: Finley Holiday Film Corp., c2010.
1 videodisc (28 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Finley, Mark.
Schneider, Eric.
White, Kyle.
Rodgers, Ron.
Rempfer, Sam.
Windley, Nate.
Willis, Steve.
Finley-Holiday Film Corp.
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Glassblowing at Jamestown Glasshouse
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Title on container: Jamestown Glasshouse : Colonial National Historical Park
Title from title frame.
Accompanied by 1 sheet with information about the DVD.
Special features include: Meet the glassblowers -- About the glass -- 5-minute lesson -- Music video -- iPod feature -- Teacher lesson plans --More resources.
Written by Peggy Pickett ; edited by Anthony Parisi ; videography by Mark Finley.
Glassblowers: Eric Schneider, Kyle White, Ron Rodgers, Sam Rempfer, Nate Windley, Steve Willis.
"This DVD reveals the amazing world of glassblowing at Jamestown Glasshouse in Virginia, site of the first permanent settlement in America"--Container.
Commercially available.
Glasshouse history --
Discovering the ruins --
Ingredients --
Tools and equipments --
The glassmaking process --
Step-by-step lesson --
Finished pieces --
Keeping the fire going.