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De l'Art de la Verrerie. Où l'on apprend à faire le Verre, le Cristal, & l'email. La maniere de faire les perles, les Pierres précieuses, la Porcelaine, & les Miroirs. La Méthode de peindre sur le Verre & en Email. De tirer les couleurs des Métaux, M Abraham Lichtenthaler ineraux, Herbes & Fleurs. Ouvrage rempli de plusieurs Secrets & Curiositez, inconuës jusqu'à present. Par M. Haudicquer de Blancourt. by  Jean Haudieguer de BLANCOURT - First - 1697 - from Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (SKU: 6335)

De l'Art de la Verrerie. Où l'on apprend à faire le Verre, le Cristal, & l'email. La maniere de faire les perles, les Pierres précieuses, la Porcelaine, & les Miroirs. La Méthode de peindre sur le Verre & en Email. De tirer les couleurs des Métaux, M Abraham Lichtenthaler ineraux, Herbes & Fleurs. Ouvrage rempli de plusieurs Secrets & Curiositez, inconuës jusqu'à present. Par M. Haudicquer de Blancourt.

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De l'Art de la Verrerie. Où l'on apprend à faire le Verre, le Cristal, & l'email. La maniere de faire les perles, les Pierres précieuses, la Porcelaine, & les Miroirs. La Méthode de peindre sur le Verre & en Email. De tirer les couleurs des Métaux, M Abraham Lichtenthaler ineraux, Herbes & Fleurs. Ouvrage rempli de plusieurs Secrets & Curiositez, inconuës jusqu'à present. Par M. Haudicquer de Blancourt.

by BLANCOURT, Jean Haudieguer de

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1697 1ed Art of GLASS & Glassware Blancourt Alchemy Philosopher's Stone Mirrors

'The Art of Glassware' by Jean Haudieguer de Blancourt is one of the most important and earliest treatises on glass making. First published in 1697, this book covers glass blowing, art with glass, manufacturing glass, crystal, pearls, precious stones, and porcelain; as well as techniques on preparing paints using metals, herbs, and flowers. Other important topics discussed in this work include how to make precious stones, maintenance of enamel, glass eyeballs, mirrors and mirror making, and numerous references to alchemy and the Philosopher's Stone.

This rare first edition features impressive engravings depicting glassmaking tools and furnaces. English editions were published in 1699.

Item number: #6335

Price: $950

BLANCOURT, Jean Haudieguer de

De l'Art de la Verrerie. Où l'on apprend à faire le Verre, le Cristal, & l'email. La maniere de faire les perles, les Pierres précieuses, la Porcelaine, & les Miroirs. La Méthode de peindre sur le Verre & en Email. De tirer les couleurs des Métaux, M Abraham Lichtenthaler ineraux, Herbes & Fleurs. Ouvrage rempli de plusieurs Secrets & Curiositez, inconuës jusqu'à present. Par M. Haudicquer de Blancourt.

A Paris, Chez Jean Jombert, près les Augustins à l'Image nôtre-Dame. M. DC. XCVII, 1697. First edition.

Details:

· Collation: Complete with all pages

o [16], 602, [6]

o 8 engraved plats

- 3 folding

- 5 full-page

· References: Wellcome, III, 223;

· Provenance: Bookplate

o Frères Perisse

- Perisse Frères (established c. 1760) was a publishing firm in Lyon, France, established by Jean-André Perisse-Duluc (born 1738) and his brother Antoine. Around 1825 the business expanded to Paris, becoming "Bourguet-Calas et Cie" in 1874. The business in Lyon continued into the 1880s.

· Language: French

· Binding: Vellum; tight & sceure

· Size: ~6.5in X 3.75in (16.5cm x 10cm)

· Extremely rare with auction estimates and price comparisons all over $2,000

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Bookseller
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Bookseller Inventory #
6335
Title
De l'Art de la Verrerie. Où l'on apprend à faire le Verre, le Cristal, & l'email. La maniere de faire les perles, les Pierres précieuses, la Porcelaine, & les Miroirs. La Méthode de peindre sur le Verre & en Email. De tirer les couleurs des Métaux, M Abraham Lichtenthaler ineraux, Herbes & Fleurs. Ouvrage rempli de plusieurs Secrets & Curiositez, inconuës jusqu'à present. Par M. Haudicquer de Blancourt.
Author
BLANCOURT, Jean Haudieguer de
Format/binding
Vellum; tight & sceure
Book condition
Used - Near Fine
Quantity available
1
Edition
First
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Chez Jean Jombert, près les Augustins à l'Image nôtre-Dame
Place of Publication
Paris
Date published
1697
Keywords
1697 1ed Art of GLASS & Glassware Blancourt Alchemy Philosopher’s Stone Mirrors rare, antique, old, first edition, 1st state, provenance, signed, inscribed, dust jacket, vellum, manuscript, engravings, illustrations, leather, plates, maps, antiquarian

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