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Turquoise Pot | Techniques of Renaissance Venetian-Style Glassworking

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This video begins with the making of the different canes and bands required. After these elements are rolled up on the end of a blowpipe, the open-ended cylinder is lined with colorless glass using the sbruffo method. Glassblowing is then employed to make the vessel. The handle is fashioned from excess canes left on the end of the blowpipe. Learn more about this object in The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian-Style Glassworking by William Gudenrath Between about 1500 and 1725, Venice was nearly the sole supplier of fine luxury glass to the royal and aristocratic, the wealthy and powerful, throughout Europe. The Venetian government went to extreme measures to protect its lucrative and prestigious monopoly by isolating the highly skilled workers on the nearby island of Murano and severely restricting their movements. However, with the promise of personal freedom and the hope of fortune, they gradually fled the lagoon to set up workshops in a variety of locations on the Continent and in England. The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian-Style Glassworking – – presents detailed 360° photography and high-definition video related to objects from nine glassworking centers influenced by Venetian style as researched by master glassmaker and scholar William Gudenrath. The resource is a follow-up to Gudenrath's popular Techniques of Renaissance Venetian Glassworking (2016) also available free online at" "- If posting on Facebook (must tag) Caption Credit @Corning Museum of Glass ( | | Credit @corningmuseum | |
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