Glassblowing is a technique of forming glass which involves inflating the molten glass into a bubble with the aid of a blowpipe or a blow tube. It was invented by Phoenicians around 50 B.C. and the earliest evidence of glassblowing came from a collection of waste from a glass workshop in Jerusalem.
Hand blown glass was used since ancient times in Egypt to make elegant candelabras with wooden legs and the candle holders made out of blown glass. Like the Germans, the Egyptian glass also has an individual identity and is famous all round the world for specific hand blown glass ornaments.