A dragon-stem goblet has many parts, including a bowl, a foot, and a dragon. Dip molding is used to create the dragon, and the parts are attached with glue bits. This goblet has pincered bits, a merese, an avolio, wings, and eyes. See 360˚ photography and learn more about this object in The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian Glassworking by William Gudenrath
The Venetian glass industry enjoyed a golden age during the Renaissance. By the early 1500s, the wonders of Venetian glass were well known throughout western Europe. Not well known, however, was how these objects were made. Until now. The result of 30+ years of research by William Gudenrath, The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian Glassworking –
– presents 35 complete reconstructions of Venetian glassmaking techniques through detailed 360˚ photography and high-definition video.
magnifique ! on peut mettre en mode cinéma et ajouter les sous-titres en anglais : mais on comprend parfaitement comment se fabrique ce gobelet dragon vénitien ...♥