Glass as a Medium for Imitation.

Glass as a Medium for Imitation.

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Kelly, Jessamy.
Published In: 
Glass Circle News, v. 37, no. 3 = issue 136 (Sept. 2014), pp. 15-17, ill. 2043-6572
Bib ID: 
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Call Number: 
PER NK5100 .G545
Author discusses her research into the use of glass which imitates other materials from the 17th century to the present.
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG object: 79.3.258, p. 16-17 (fig. 5) -- 59.3.53, p. 17 (right) -- 60.2.2, p. 15 (left) -- 79.3.1108, p. 16 (bottom right) -- 79.3.219, p. 17 (left) -- 79.3.474, p. 16 (left) -- 82.2.2, p. 15 (left) -- 82.2.3, p. 15 (left) -- 86.2.16, p. 15 (left) -- 91.2.4, p. 15 (left).