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Glass and the Church
Glassmaking in forests and towns
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Angelo Barovier Barovier beakers became began Bohemia bottle-houses bottles chandeliers coloured glass craft craftsmen cut and engraved cut glass dated diamond-point engraving early eighteenth century enamelled England English established factory famous fashion fifteenth firm flat glass Florence forest glass-houses France French furnace German German-speaking areas glass vessels glass-decorators glass-furnaces glass-house glassblowers glassmaking glassmaking areas glazier goblet guild Harrachov important industry invention Italian glassmakers John Northwood Kunckel lampworker lead crystal lead glass Lobmeyr London Lorraine luxury glass makers material metal middle mirrors motifs moulds Murano Museo Vetrario Museum Neri nineteenth century northern Europe Norway ornaments Paris patterns period Pokal Polak pots Potsdam practised pressed glass price-lists production Renaissance rock crystal Saint-Gobain Schreiberhau seventeenth century shapes sixteenth century stem Stourbridge style table glass techniques Thuringia Tiffany town trade traditional Vase Venetian glass Venetian glassmaking Venice wheel-engraving wine-glasses wood Wordsley workmen Zecchin