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    Ancient Glass in the National Museums of Scotland

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    Surveys the rare glass, vessels and objects that have been assembled by the Royal Museum, Edinburgh over the last 150 years, giving collectors and scholars an additional source through which to research and authenticate previous works of glass.
    ISBN: 9781901663280
    AuthorC. S. Lightfoot
    Pub Date20/02/2007
    BindingPaperback
    Pages224
    Availability: In Stock

    The objects in the Museum's extensive collection range in date from the Late Bronze Age to the Middle Ages, spanning over 2000 years of glassmaking. All four of the major techniques - core-forming, casting , blowing and mould-blowing are represented in this catalogue, and the different ways in which the glass was decorated and used are described.

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    The objects in the Museum's extensive collection range in date from the Late Bronze Age to the Middle Ages, spanning over 2000 years of glassmaking. All four of the major techniques - core-forming, casting , blowing and mould-blowing are represented in this catalogue, and the different ways in which the glass was decorated and used are described.