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- noun The craft or industry of producing
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It was more common, in glassmaking or enameling treatises, to focus attention to chemistry on the creation of coloring materials, particularly the glass-fondant-metal combinations. reference An underlying belief was that firing would, in addition to melting the as-yet unformed color, exclude potentially harmful airs, as was the case in other painting practice. 37 Sometimes a description suggested that the vitreous color or coating held itself in place as a layer constricting the whole.
(For the record: I pronounce it like the word "anneal", used in glassmaking.)
As Venetian power grip on trade routes and its importance as a major center of commerce began to vanish, so did its monopoly power in glassmaking.
These finds were used in improving chemical processes in industries such as glassmaking, tanning, dyeing, and engraving.
Of course, Louis Comfort Tiffany is most famous for the stained-glass windows and lighting featuring his patented opalescent glassmaking techniques.
The area, in the forested Vosges mountains northwest of Strasbourg near the German border, has been known for glassmaking since the Middle Ages.
Since 1998, More Fire Glass Studio has provided a glassmaking facility for artists to produce their work as well as glass education programs for the community.
Other exhibits and films include the step-by-step process of making the "Bacchantes" vase, designed in 1927 and still produced in the Wingen factory today, and a documentary on contemporary glassmaking.
The 17 chemically similar elements have unique properties that have paved the way for miniaturized electronics such as the iPhone and specialized magnets used in wind turbines, as well as advances in petroleum refining and glassmaking.
The model sold at Cocktail Kingdom, the primary U.S. supplier, is made by Maestri Vetrai, a glassmaking company located on the Venetian island of Murano.
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