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The Beauty of Lattimo Glass

Posted by Heath Rosenzweig on

The Beauty of Lattimo Glass

Art collectors and designers have coveted Murano glass in all of its forms for centuries, often because of its bright use of color. However, lattimo glass, one of the most legendary types of Murano glass, stands out for its lack of color. Lattimo glass was very popular during the Golden Age of Murano glass, around the 16th century, and museums around the world now display some of the most iconic lattimo glass creations. A Matter of Chemistry Lattimo (from Italian latte, “milk”) is an opaque white glass made by using disperse microcrystals that separate within the glass as it cools....

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