The story of crystal.

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Swarovski (Firm)
[Wattens, Austria] : Swarovski, c1998.
1 v. : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
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Spiral bound.
"Scribble book" used by sales training participants.
Accompanied by black velvet bag attached to the spiral binding. Bag contains items used for the exercise at the end of each chapter: 6 sticks, 2 maroon ribbons, 2 "astragals", 1 blue glass ring, 12 large clear crystals, 2 each of 3 gradually smaller clear crystals, 3 topaz crystals, and 3 turquoise crystals.
Introduction --
Origins and Egypt --
The Venetian art of glassmaking --
The 17th century --
Art nouveau, Jugendstil --
Modernism, Swarovski --
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Includes CMoG objects: 79.3.209, Venetian title page -- 53.3.38, Venetian chapter -- 54.3.14, Venetian chapter -- 85.1.1, Venetian chapter -- 50.3.113, 17th century chapter -- 52.3.1, 17th century chapter -- 51.3.122, 17th century puzzle -- 51.3.215, 17th century puzzle -- 56.3.24, 17th century puzzle -- 71.3.11, 17th century puzzle.