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A highlight of the butterfly spoon dabbers features
• high-quality materials
• made for the dry herbs
• colored, thick, and worked glass
The Making of the Butterfly Spoon Dabbers
Despite the straightforward nature of the butterfly spoon dabbers, developing these pipes require a large amount of experience and training. Glass artists develop these tools with a tube that is about four inches long. They proceed with decorating it with a wide range of techniques such as line-work and fuming. The artist then creates the shape of the spoon with a stretching neck accompanies by a mouthpiece. To expand the pipe, he blows into the rear end. They pop the carb and push the bowl up before placing it in the kiln for a finer finish.