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handblown

or hand-blown

[ hand-blohn ]
/ ˈhændˈbloʊn /
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adjective
(of glassware) shaped by means of a handheld blowpipe: handblown crystal.
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Origin of handblown

1925–30; hand + blown1 (in the sense “formed by blowing”)
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