Once the hand blown glass has been crafted to the satisfaction of Cheryl Saban, her signature snowflake stamp is then applied to the bottom of the glass (a symbol of nature and one-of-a-kind design). Next, the glass is rushed into the Annealer. Time is of the essence. The Annealer is like an oven, but in reverse. You see, instead of heating, it very slowly cools and solidifies the glass. This takes about 24 hours on average.
Once the cooling is complete, the glass is polished on a spinning-type of tool called the polishing wheel. This is how we achieve the smooth, and uniform edges. This is the final step in the formation of your one-of-a-kind, hand blown glass.