Journal of Glass Studies, Vol. 45

Articles in this volume include glass vessels found in the Theban tomb of Nesikhons, texts and translations of seven Arabic, Hebrew, and Latin documents that refer to glass made at Tyre between A.D. 985 and the early 13th century, an exploration of an unusual 18th-century American lead glass decanter engraved with Masonic symbols, and a discussion of the lampworking table used by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka to create their extraordinary lampworked figures.

Pages: 
283 pages
Author: 
Corning Museum of Glass
Journal of Glass Studies, Vol. 45