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Author Topic: Research article on the use of opacifiers in Venetian Glass 15th -20th century  (Read 2474 times)

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Research article and documentation  on the making of opaque Venetian glass 15thc to 20thc and the use of opacifiers/which opacifiers were used when. 
I've used an automatic translator - it should allow you to click the translate box at the top and do an automatic translation but for accuracy the document should be read in it's original language (my French is not good lol)
'Les verres opaques :la technologie des verriers vénitiens (XVe-XXe siècle)'
Authors:

Cesare MORETTI ,
Chemist, Technologist Verrier
S.Vito al Tagliamento (Italy)

Sandro HREGLICH
Researcher
Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro, Venice (Italy)

http://www.verre-histoire.org/colloques/innovations/pages/p202_01_moretti.html
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