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Session no. 2, 2012: Glass making

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  • 1. Glass makinG Sarah Nightingale Session 2, 2012
  • 2. Glass beadsexcavated from Tomb 404 Necropolis 4
  • 3. Glass Making• Stage One - Raw Glass• Stage Two – Glass working
  • 4. Stage One - Raw Glass Components required• Silica (sand)• Soda (Natron)• Stabiliser (eg lime)• Fuel
  • 5. Bet Shearim slab, Israel
  • 6. Transporting raw glass 175 Glass Ingots Glass chunks on located on Ulu Burunshipwreck from 2nd Shipwreck dated c century AD 1300 BC
  • 7. Stage Two – Glass working
  • 8. Chemicals to add or remove color– Colorless glass (manganese oxide)– Opaque red (copper lead)– Royal blue (cobalt)– Dark green (lead)– White (antimony)Garland bowl – Augustan era
  • 9. Core formed vessels
  • 10. Cast Glass
  • 11. Glass blowing Lamp from Slovenia depicting a glass blower
  • 12. Glass blowing with a mold
  • 13. Mosaic glass
  • 14. Cold Cut Glass
  • 15. Window glass cast or blown
  • 16. Glass Jewelry
  • 17. Recycling

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