Victorian era father & son duo Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka created these amazing glass model specimens in their Dresden workshop. They also supplied the Harvard Museum of Natural History with several thousand glass flowers.

Victorian era father & son duo Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka created these amazing glass model specimens in their Dresden workshop. They also supplied the Harvard Museum of Natural History with several thousand glass flowers.

The Harvard Museum of Natural History showcases Blaschka glass invertebrates | Harvard Magazine

A Glass Menagerie

The Harvard Museum of Natural History showcases Blaschka glass invertebrates.

I fiori di vetro di Rudolph & Leopold Blaschka per Harvard. Cactus. One of thousands of botanically accurate models of plants created of glass by Rudolph & Leopold Blaschka, glass artists from near Dresden, Germany who worked from 1886 to 1936 to create models of 847 species of flowering and fruiting plants. 3,200 glass botanical models are on display at the Harvard Museum of Natural History in Cambridge, MA. Photo (C) President & Fellows Harvard College, by Hillel Burger.

During the late century, the Dresden studio of LEOPOLD BLASCHKA and his son RUDOLF produced beautifully detailed glass models of exotic plants and bizarre sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.

Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Glass model of a nudibranch, late 19th-early 20th century

Marine Life in Glass - Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka - crafthaus

Sea Worms - The Biological & Botanical Glass Models of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka

Glass Flowers: Yellow Cactus Blooms

The Blascka glass flower collection at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, over models were created by glass artisans Leopold Blaschka and his son, Rudolph began in continuing for five decades. The collection represents more than 830 plant species.

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka | Atlas Obscura

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka - Atlas Obscura

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka | Atlas Obscura

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka

A glass replica of Perigonimus vestitus owned by Cornell

Comb Jellyfish

During the late century, Leopola Blaschka and his son Rudolf produced beautifully detailed glass models of bizarre sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.

The Blascka glass flower collection at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, over 3,000 models were created by glass artisans Leopold Blaschka and his son, Rudolph began in 1886, continuing for five decades. The collection represents more than 830 plant species.

The Blascka glass flower collection at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, over models were created by glass artisans Leopold Blaschka and his son, Rudolph began in continuing for five decades. The collection represents more than 830 plant species.

Sea creatures of the deep - the Blaschka Glass models During the late 19th century, Leopola Blaschka (1822-1895) and his son Rudolf (1857-1929) produced beautifully detailed glass models of bizarre sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.

"Sea anenomies displaying a territorial dispute. During the late century, Leopola Blaschka and his son Rudolf produced beautifully detailed glass models of bizarre sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.

No Really, These Century-Old Aquatic Creatures Are Made of Glass | The Creators Project

No Really, These Century-Old Aquatic Creatures Are Made of Glass

century German glassblowers created some of the world's most delicate scientific models.

extraordinary 19th-century glass sea creatures

Photos of extraordinary 19th-century glass sea creatures

Glass squid model by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka (Germany, and

Нереальные работы из стекла Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants, popularly known as the Glass Flowers, is considered one of the University's greatest treasures and is the only collection of its kind in the world.

Una hermosa medusa que asemeja a un gusano de mar

Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka: Photos of Glass Invertebrates by Guido Mocafico

Cuttlefish dissection made of glass

glass model of dissected cuttlefish, leopol and rudolf blaschka.

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