The "Invencon" of Lead Crystal -- Or Was It Flint Glass?

The "Invencon" of Lead Crystal -- Or Was It Flint Glass?

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Noble, Michael.
Published In: 
Journal of Glass Studies, v. 58 (2016), pp. 185-195, ill. 0075-4250
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Call Number: 
PER NK5100 .J86
The Corning Museum of Glass
"The question of whether lead was the major, unique ingredient contained in the original unstable recipe, or whether it was added later to cure the crizzling problem of a glass made of flints."
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG objects: 73.2.25, p. 186 (fig. 1) -- 50.2.2, p. 193 (figs. 3 & 4).