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Journal of Glass Studies, Vol. 32, 1990

SKU: 60269

Published in 1990 by The Corning Museum of Glass

This special issue focuses on the Portland Vase, probably the most famous glass object in the world. The articles, filled with facts and conjecture, discuss the vase's history, its composition, where it came from, and how old it is. This volume also includes a listing of recent important acquisitions, complete with photographs.
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.

  • 273 pages; softcover.
  • Measures approx. 10.75 inches H. x 8 inches W.
Height 10.75 inches
Width 8.00 inches