Includes bibliographical references (p. ).
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
Handwritten notations in margins.
"Covoni is the only comprehensive source describing the Casino di San Marco, where glassmaker Antonio Neri worked at the beginning of his career in the early 1600s. While there are only a handful of direct references to Neri in the book, they contain some quite striking information not generally known... Included are a floor plan and the full inventory compiled ... after don Antonio's death in 1621"--Letter from Paul Engle.
Gian Maria Neri, Second House Master: p. 106, 208, 247; Abbot Francesco Neri (Antonio's older brother?): p. 172-174; box of Neri's chemicals and writings found in 1670 among the effects of Giulio Medici: p. 193; box of Antonio Neri's chemicals and medicines in 1621 inventory: p. 196; copy of L'Arte vetraria and other Neri manuscripts in 1621 inventory: p. 202.