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Early Ancient Glass:Toledo Museum of Art - David F. Grose

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Early Ancient Glass: Core-formed, Rod-formed, and Cast Vessels and Objects from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Roman Empire, 1600 B.C. to A.D. 50
Toledo Museum of Art, David F. Grose
Hudson Hills Press, 1989 - Glassware - 453 pages
This catalogue publishes 713 Greek and Roman vessels and objects from the Toledo Museum of Art's collection of art in glass, one of the world's foremost. Tablewares and containers manufactured by core-forming, rod-forming, and casting techniques are emphasized, but cast glass inlays, architectural ornaments, amulets, pendants, and relief and three-dimensional sculptures are included to furnish as wide a treatment of ancient glassmaking as possible. Each essay is devoted to the glass industries of a particular epoch, with emphasis on establishing classes of related vessels or objects, all presumably the products of common manufacturing centers. David F. Grose (1945-2004) was a professor of classics and archaeology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and former curator of ancient glass at the Toledo Museum of Art.
Price: 65 GBP

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