1 edition of Glass and glassmaking found in the catalog.
Glass and glassmaking
L. G. Humphrys
1973 by Blackwell .
Written in English
|Statement||by L.G. Humphrys.|
|Series||Blackwell"s learning library -- no.58|
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This book offers a general introduction to the vast and complex subject of glass. The author examines not just the history and technology of glassmaking but also the social background - the lives of the glassmakers and the traditions of this fascinating and ancient craft.
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