Journal of Glass Studies, Vol. 14, 1972
Published in 1972 by The Corning Museum of Glass
In this issue, Elizabeth Riefstahl examines a unique fish-shaped vial in Brooklyn, and W.W. Fletcher looks at an experiment to learn how various types of glass do after years of burial. In addition, important recent acquisitions, with pictures, are listed.
Published since 1959, the generously illustrated Journal of Glass Studies is the only academic publication devoted entirely to the scholarship of the art, history, and early technology of glass.
- 187 pages; softcover.
- Measures approx. 10.75 inches H. x 8 inches W.