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GLASS FROM THE PHARAOHS TO THE SULTANS
VENICE AND ITS INFLUENCE
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American applied handle art glass Art Nouveau artisans artists Baccarat beaker blowing iron blown blue glass Bohemian Bohemian styles bottles called cameo glass Carder century a.d. claw beaker clear colorless glass collectors colors Cooper-Hewitt Museum Corning Glass Corning Museum crystal cut and engraved designs drinking vessel early eighteenth century enamel decorations England Glass Company English flasks France free-blown French German Glass Factory glass industry glass objects glass pieces glassblower glasshouse glassmaking glassmaking center Glassworks goblet greenish History and Technology hot glass lacy late lead crystal lead-crystal glass Midwestern millefiori mold mold-blown Museum of Glass Museum of History National Museum nineteenth century opaque white ornamental painted paperweights parison pattern pattern-molded pitcher plate Pokal pontil rod produced prunts Roman Empire seum seventeenth century sixteenth century Smithsonian Institution stem Steuben Steuben Glass styles sugar bowl tablewares techniques threads twentieth century vase Venetian Venice wares wheel-engraved white glass wineglass York