6 edition of The glassmakers. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Written and illustrated by Leonard Everett Fisher.|
|Series||His Colonial American craftsmen|
|LC Classifications||TP857.3 .F48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||64016320|
Usually embossed on the base, marks may also appear on the lower heel area on certain types of bottles, especially sodas. On earlier flasks, fruit jars, and soda bottles, and especially examples produced in the mid-nineteenth century period (ss), the full factory name or initials may be embossed across the front. Published in Combridges, Hove in For four centuries, between and , the Surrey-Sussex area was the chief glass-making area of England. This study also includes much material on the state of glass-making in this period, with period engravings and scale Rating: % positive.
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Island of Glass: The Age of Magic:The Glassmakers Book 1. By Ruth Nestvold. Seventeen-year-old Chiara Dragoni is a glassmaker of Venice, a position that is both a privilege and a trap. The glassmakers are forbidden to ever leave the islands of the Venetian lagoon — landing her beloved uncle in jail.
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Daniela the glassmaker's daughter is grumpy and never smiles. Her father promises a beautiful glass palace to anyone who can make her laugh. People come from far and wide to try their luck in amusing Daniela. But mask makers, lion tamers and magicians cannot raise a smile from the princess.
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By Joshua Oliver. Michael Schunke and. The book enlightens both Jewish and glassmaking history. The Jews were integrally associated with the art of glassmaking over several millennia. They were the exclusive glassmakers in the world for much of that time.
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While children throughout the book are representative of America’s diversity, readers will have to look elsewhere for inclusion of diverse contributions to the world of art.'Chalice' is the final book in 'The Glassmakers' trilogy - and it brings it all to a great conclusion.
I spent some time while reading it, wondering when the author was going to get round to someone making the chalice of the title - but then at last, it all came together appropriately/5(15).