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Author: Neri, Antonio, d. 1614.
Title: The art of glass wherein are shown the wayes to make and colour glass, pastes, enamels, lakes, and other curiosities / written in Italian by Antonio Neri ; and translated into English, with some observations on the author ; whereunto is added an account of the glass drops made by the Royal Society, meeting at Gresham College.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The art of glass wherein are shown the wayes to make and colour glass, pastes, enamels, lakes, and other curiosities / written in Italian by Antonio Neri ; and translated into English, with some observations on the author ; whereunto is added an account of the glass drops made by the Royal Society, meeting at Gresham College.
Neri, Antonio, d. 1614., Merret, Christopher, 1614-1695.

London: Printed by A.W. for Octavian Pulleyn ..., 1662.
Alternate titles: Arte vetraria distinta in libri sette. English
Notes:
Translation of: L'arte vetraria.
Translator's dedication to Robert Boyle signed: C.M. [i.e. Christopher Merret].
Errata: p. [4] at end.
Reproduction of original in Yale University Library.
Subject terms:
Glass manufacture -- Early works to 1800.
Precious stones, Artificial.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52796.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the most Illustrious and Excellent Lord Don Antonio Medici. Antonio Neri.
To the Curious Reader.
To the Honourable, And true Promoter of all solid Learning, ROBERT BOYLE, Esq
To the ingenuous Reader.
To avoid our Authors Re∣petitions, Observe
text
To extract the salt of Polve∣rine, Rochetta, and Ba∣rillia, wherewith Crystall Fritt called Bollito is made.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
CHAP. XIV.
CHAP. XV.
CHAP. XVI.
CHAP. XVII.
CHAP. XVIII.
CHAP. XIX.
CHAP. XX.
CHAP. XXI.
CHAP. XXII.
CHAP. XXIII.
CHAP. XXIV.
CHAP. XXV.
CHAP. XXVI.
CHAP. XXVII.
CHAP. XXVIII.
CHAP. XXIX.
CHAP. XXX.
CHAP. XXXI.
CHAP. XXXII.
CHAP. XXXIII.
CHAP. XXXIV.
CHAP. XXXV.
CHAP. XXXVI.
The second Book,
CHAP. XXXVII.
CHAP. XXXVIII.
CHAP. XXXIX.
CHAP. XL.
CHAP. XLI.
CHAP. XLII.
CHAP. XLIII.
CHAP. XLIV.
The third Book.
CHAP. XLV.
CHAP. XLVI.
CHAP. XLVII.
CHAP. XLVIII.
CHAP. XLIX.
CHAP. L.
CHAP. LI.
CHAP. LII.
CHAP. LIII.
CHAP. LIV.
CHAP. LV.
CHAP. LVI.
CHAP. LVII.
CHAP. LVIII.
CHAP. LIX.
CHAP. LX.
The fourth Book.
CHAP. LXI.
CHAP. LXII.
CHAP. LXIII.
CHAP. LXIV.
CHAP. LXV.
CHAP. LXVI.
CHAP. LXVII.
CHAP. LXVIII.
CHAP. LXIX.
CHAP. LXX.
CHAP. LXXI.
CHAP. LXXII.
CHAP. LXXIII.
CHAP. LXXIV.
The fifth Book.
CHAP. LXXV.
CHAP. LXXVI.
CHAP. LXXVII.
CHAP. LXXVIII.
CHAP. LXXIX.
CHAP. LXXX.
CHAP. LXXXI.
CHAP. LXXXII.
CHAP. LXXXIII.
CHAP. LXXXIV.
CHAP. LXXXV.
CHAP. LXXXVI.
CHAP. LXXXVII.
CHAP. LXXXVIII.
CHAP. LXXXIX.
CHAP. XC.
CHAP. XCI.
CHAP. XCII.
The sixth Book.
CHAP. XCIII.
CHAP. XCIV.
CHAP. XCV.
CHAP. XCVI.
CHAP. XCVII.
CHAP. XCVIII.
CHAP. XCIX.
CHAP. C.
CHAP. CI.
CHAP. CII.
CHAP. CIII.
CHAP. CIV.
CHAP. CV.
CHAP. CVI.
CHAP. CVII.
The seventh Book.
CHAP. CVIII.
CHAP. CIX.
CHAP. CX.
CHAP. CXI.
CHAP. CXII.
CHAP. CXIII.
CHAP. CXIV.
CHAP. CXV.
CHAP. CXVI.
CHAP. CXVII.
CHAP. CXVIII.
CHAP. CXIX.
CHAP. CXX.
CHAP. CXXI.
CHAP. CXXII.
CHAP. CXXIII.
CHAP. CXXIV.
CHAP. CXXV.
CHAP. CXXVI.
CHAP. CXXVII.
CHAP. CXXVIII.
CHAP. CXXIX.
CHAP. CXXX.
CHAP. CXXXI.
CHAP. CXXXII.
CHAP. CXXXIII.
AN INDEX.
translator's observations
Observations on the Epistle to the Reader.
Antiquity of Glass.
Of the use of Glass.
Of the Furnaces.
Observations on the first Book.
Observations on the Author.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE GLASS DROPS.
An Appendix.
Errata Corrigenda.