2 edition of insider"s view of Jewish pioneering in the glass industry found in the catalog.
insider"s view of Jewish pioneering in the glass industry
|Statement||by David Bezborodko.|
|LC Classifications||TP849 .B47 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||89102252|
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An insider's view of Jewish pioneering in the glass industry. [David Bezborodko]. Jewish Glass-makers* ZOE JOSEPHS, B.A. Although books on occupations which are characteristically Jewish seldom mention glass, Jews have been involved in the craft from very early times.
The earliest traces of glass-making seem to occur in Mesopotamia in the early 2nd millennium b.c.e.1 By about b.c.e., the Phoenicians were involved, whether as traders. David Bezborodko, a member of an important European glassmaking family, took it upon himself to reconstruct European glassmaking historiography.
He had written a small pamphlet, a monograph entitled An Insider's View of Jewish Pioneering in the Glass Industry. It records his travels through Europe over a period of several decades as salesman for his family's glassworks.
Book is in good condition. May have some wear to the cover, small creases, small marks or other imperfections. Dust jacket if present may be slightly torn, between tears.
Pages may have light dog-earing or thumbing. Slight foxing may be present on books over 40 years old. Pages are crisp and have no more than 2 small tears throughout entire /5(7).
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Similarly, the names Glass, Glaser, Glassman have carried on into contemporary times as Jewish names. The English hunger for glass technology was continuously fed throughout the 17 th century by artisans fleeing oppression on the continent, whether imposed by the Catholics or the Calvinists.
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