Pendants

Often referred to as "glassblowing" - but more specifically called "Lampwork", "Flamework" or "Torchwork" - this is a type of glasswork that uses a gas-fueled torch to melt rods and tubes of clear and colored glass. Once in a molten state, the glass is formed by blowing and shaping with a variety of tools and hand movements. Early Lampworking was done in the flame of an oil lamp, with the artist blowing air into the flame through a pipe. As the modern practice no longer uses oil-fueled lamps, it is now also known as "Flameworking" or "Torchworking".


These are great pieces of art packed into a lightweight pendant that can be comfortably worn around the neck.  Take a look at the incredible detail and great variety of items here!

All Torchwork items presented on this page are hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.

Conch Shell Pendant

Conch Shell Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of a nicely detailed Conch Shell.  Comes in Blue and Red/Amber.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Dolphin Pendant

Dolphin Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of a jumping Dolphin, using primarily Dichroic glass. 

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Flower Pendant

Flower Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of an amazingly detailed Flower.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Dichroic Spiral Pendant

Dichroic Spiral Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of a piece of spiraled Dichroic glass.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Flat Vortex Pendant

Flat Vortex Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of Dichroic glass spiraled into a Vortex.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Jellyfish Pendant

Jellyfish Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of an amazingly detailed Jellyfish.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Vortex Marble Pendant

Vortex Marble Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of  Dichroic color swirled into a vortex pattern within a spherical marble.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Stretched Vortex Marble Pendant

Stretched Vortex Marble Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of a Vortex pattern of Dichroic glass, stretched slightly into an elongated form.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Frog on Pendant

Frog on Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of a nicely detailed Frog on a varied background.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Butterfly on Flower Pendant

Butterfly on Flower Pendant

Borosilicate pendant of an amazingly detailed Butterfly on a flower.

Hand-made by glass artist Jason Trebolo of Florence, OR.  

Ocean Beaches Glassblowing & Gallery is owned and operated by Bob and Vicki Meyer.  Bob is the primary artist of the gallery.

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