Historic Perspectives East Meets West—Cross-Cultural Influences in Glassmaking in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

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by The Staff of The Corning Museum of Glass


When East met West in the courts and trade centers of the thirteenth century, a fruitful international exchange was born that lasted throughout several centuries. Channels of influence were established that ran back and forth between the two cultures.


his article was originally published on page 26 of the Winter 2010 issue of Profitable Glass Quarterly.



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