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Guido Mocafico’s Photographs of the Blaschka’s Exquisite Scientific Glass Models

Guido Mocafico’s Photographs of the Blaschka’s Exquisite Scientific Glass Models

Restoring Blaschka Sea Creatures in Glass

Restoring Blaschka Sea Creatures in Glass

Butterfly wing, half painted.

Butterfly wing, half painted.

France, c. 1900  Decorated with orange ,red and green fuchscia flowers on mottled orange, red and yellow glass. Marked ‘Daum Nancy’ with cross of Lorraine in cameo.  9 cm high (Very minor chip)

France, c. 1900 Decorated with orange ,red and green fuchscia flowers on mottled orange, red and yellow glass. Marked ‘Daum Nancy’ with cross of Lorraine in cameo. 9 cm high (Very minor chip)

Here is our Daffodil tile in a parquet pattern in a smaller format (we used 1x6 tiles for the above). We think this would look pretty amazing as a bathroom or shower floor!

Here is our Daffodil tile in a parquet pattern in a smaller format (we used 1x6 tiles for the above). We think this would look pretty amazing as a bathroom or shower floor!

Parvum Opus: The Glass Flowers by R. & L. Blaschka at Harvard's Natural History Museum

Parvum Opus: The Glass Flowers by R. & L. Blaschka at Harvard's Natural History Museum

Blaschka Glass Model, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology

Blaschka Glass Model, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology

Illustrations of Shallow-water Creatures by Vladimir Stankovic | Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog

Illustrations of Shallow-water Creatures by Vladimir Stankovic | Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog

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Image result for strange sea animals

A glass model of a squid, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

A glass model of a squid, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

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