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You can submit press releases, annoucements and features for consideration for the British Glass Website, Member News online and our regular "Brand Glass" hardcopy magazine by emailing info@britglass.co.uk.

Stories must be considered of relevance and interest for industry members, the wider glass supply-chain or general public. 

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    But, what is this amazing substance, where does it come from and how is it made?" credits="n/a" >
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Many glass making terms have entered the language: 'Shut yer gob': a molten lump of glass is called a 'gob' to which the glass blower attached a tube to blow the glass into shape. The blower had to blow hard which made his cheeks very large. Today someone with a big mouth is told they have a big gob.


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