Conservation and Care of Glass Objects
Corning Museum of Glass
Archetype, 2006 - Glass - 158 pages
Written from the many lectures, discussions and laboratory demonstrations hosted by the author, this book provides an understanding of the proper materials and techniques to be used in the conservation and restoration of glass objects.
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