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lionfloss · 19 hours ago
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bebemoon · 18 hours ago
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look for the name: IRIS
iris van herpen “glass” bodice dress, s/s 2o15 (edited by me<3) 
l’afshar “leon” clear mini top handle box bag in glass green
jil sander silk and glass prism charm necklace
régime des fleurs “glass blooms” eau de parfum
y/project + melissa “court” mules w/ flower detail in clear
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germanpostwarmodern · 2 days ago
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Beckstrand Medical Clinic (1953) in Long Beach, CA, USA, by Richard Neutra. Photo by Julius Shulman.
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heartnosekid · 2 days ago
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chanskiglass on ig
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kaalbela · 2 days ago
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Charlotte Laboyrie
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wry-and-erring-stimmer · a day ago
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Making Marbles (Part 1)
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gretchensinister · 21 hours ago
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I took a glass fusing class and made four pins, two necklaces, five pairs of earrings, and a 7" square plate that I meant to look like a simplified view of a storm approaching a beach (with a little gold accent for fun)
FYI, in my community there were no prerequisites for this, and it was offered through the local parks and recreation department, so if you're wondering "how do I do things like that?" That's one way
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sosuperawesome · 4 months ago
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Glass Sea Slugs
Indolent Jellyfish on Etsy
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rederiswrites · 2 months ago
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Actually, ancient glass, having been rather neglected by archaeology for decades, is a pretty exciting topic in scholarship right now. The main thing is that glass persists--it’s very stable. After fabric rots and metal turns to a scrap of rust, there will lie a necklace, still scattered across a chest that itself has turned mostly to earth. 
Bead typologies, for example (that is, the classification of different styles/shapes/decorative motifs/colors) can allow scholars to trace trade routes, as they study the distributions of different bead types over time and geography. Glass production is kinda industrial in nature, not like spinning or beer that make good cottage industries. It was often produced in one place, and then sold on to artisans elsewhere, and then the beads themselves were traded across entire continents. 
Chemical analysis of the glass can do even more to trace routes, since different compositions and incidence of different mineral contaminants can allow archaeologists to trace glass production to individual sites, thousands of years after the fact. It’s dizzying, really.
The downside is that for a long time, archaeologists regarded beads as unimportant trinkets, and antiquities dealers understood that they were easy to take and easy to move. So an awful lot of the most exceptional beads we have from the distant past spent time in private collections or uncategorized drawers somewhere in a museum back room, so they’ve lost much of what we could have learned from their original provenance. Maybe we’ll be able to turn new analytical tools on some of these to reconstruct more of their past.
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k-eke · 10 months ago
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Small friend!
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bebemoon · 3 months ago
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czech glass fortune-telling dice .
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itscolossal · 3 months ago
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Archeologists Unearth a Roman Glass Bowl Dating Back 2,000 Years in Pristine Condition
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littlealienproducts · 4 months ago
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Moon Glass Lamp by LaFabricaStudio
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fluffygif · a year ago
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Blowing a Glass
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thunderstruck9 · 21 days ago
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Jan De Vliegher (Belgian, b. 1964), Glass 2, 2007. Oil on canvas, 75 x 75 cm.
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emmaklee · 26 days ago
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a little glass man found on the beach
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sosuperawesome · 3 months ago
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Stained Glass Paint on Etsy
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lionfloss · 3 months ago
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Naissance Rose by Arman
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nerviovago · 10 days ago
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