if you can dodge the flying fresh fish and save a little cash after the temptations of nectarines and Native-American belt buckles, you'll find Pike Place Market's most delicious offering, a Yakima Valley chocolate covered cherry.
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gathering creation begins when our glassblowers first gather the hot glass on the blowpipe from a 2,300 degree oven. that's why we call it the "hot shop".
the unique color of each glassybaby comes from the dropping and rolling of the glass, with three layers of glass creating the color of each glassybaby.
we call it glassblowing because the artist actually blows into the mold to begin creating the shape and forming the “ice”, or the clear glass bottom.
trimming the glassybaby is when the glassblower crafts that perfect iconic glassybaby shape.
glassybaby is born the moment they stamp the bottom with the glassybaby logo, and put in the cooling oven for 15-16 hours to relieve the glass of any stress.
every glassybaby gives. 10% of the revenue from each glassybaby is donated to organizations dedicated to healing.
to date, glassybaby has given back more than $1.8 million and our goal is to double that next year.
our mission is simple: hand blown healing through 10% giving
donated to charity
our community was a giving machine in 2013, helping us give back
$540,603 to charities dedicated to helping people heal.