Handmade pendants top seller at Greenwich Bay Glass

GLASSWORK: Ben Kurose, owner of Greenwich Bay Glass, pulls a gather, or hot ball of glass, to stretch it into a stringer, or thin rod of glass, which is used to apply small detail work.
 / COURTESY GREENWICH BAY GLASS
GLASSWORK: Ben Kurose, owner of Greenwich Bay Glass, pulls a gather, or hot ball of glass, to stretch it into a stringer, or thin rod of glass, which is used to apply small detail work.
 / COURTESY GREENWICH BAY GLASS
The small glass diffusers are designed for essential oils. They carry just enough so the person wearing a pendant necklace can smell the fragrance, but not so much that everyone around them is overpowered. The creation of Ben Kurose, owner of Greenwich Bay Glass LLC, the handmade glass pendants come in vibrant colors and have…

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