Marver

Flat metal plate onto which the article being blown may be pressed or rolled when being shaped. Sometimes deliberately covered with fragments of broken glass or pieces of cane which then fuse to the exterior of the article
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Marver

Mar'ver noun [ Prob. corrupt. from Middle English or French marbre marble.] (Glass Marking) A stone, or cast-iron plate, or former, on which hot glass is rolled to give it shape.
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Marver

• (n.) A stone, or cast-iron plate, or former, on which hot glass is rolled to give it shape.
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Marver

A Marver is a tool used in glassblowing. It generally is made of a polished steel surface attached to a metal or wooden table. A warm piece of glass is rolled on the marver, for two reasons: controlling temperature and adjusting shape. Because of the high specific heat capacity of the steel, it can absorb heat from the glass, particularly the oute...
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marver

marble or iron slab on which molten glass is rolled
Found on http://phrontistery.info/m.html
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