Glassblowing

Glassblowing

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Caption: Glassblowing, (Lower scene In centre, a oval roofed oven with two openings containing pans for melting. One glassblower dips his long pipe into the molten mass, and the other is blowing. On the left is an extension for cooling the glass, and on the other side an assistant is adding fuel to the deep oven Image taken from Picture book of Sir John Mandeville's Travels. Originally published in Bohemia; circa 1410. Author Sir John Manderville, Illustrated by Master of the Mandeville Travels.

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