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From: Bobbi Scoville [log in to unmask] [TI-Liaisons] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 6:31 PM
Subject: [TI-Liaisons] TI Quest Request for TI 196 - Hints for Glassworkers

Greetings from the editor of Tournaments Illuminated!


Our upcoming Quest article is “Hints For Glass-Workers”, with Guest Editor Cynthia Konow-Brownell / Thea Gabrielle Northernridge.  Pliny the Elder said the Phoenicians first stumbled on the secret of glass manufacture.  The Romans knew and loved it; in tinted, pieced form it graced Gothic cathedrals; in Renaissance Venice, cristallo glass set a new standard for beauty and workability.  In the Society, lamp-workers re-create glass beads from many eras and locations; glass is blown, etched, pieced in mosaics and stained glass panels, and worked in any number of beautiful ways.  Send your hints and helps for any of the glass-working arts (up to 300 words) to [log in to unmask] by August 7 and it may be included in the 4rd Quarter 2015 Issue of Tournaments Illuminated. If you’d like to include images of your work or process, please write for photo specs.

Please share this information throughout your kingdom.

Thank you,

CiarLasse MacGregor
TI Liaison


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