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Archiater

 Antonio Neri's family arms, from the vestibuleof the Palazzo Marzichi-Lenzi, Florence.Archiater was a title used in ancient times for the doctors of Roman Emperors. Later, this term was applied to the head physicians of rulers throughout Europe....
From: Conciatore on 12 Feb 2021

Art and Science

 Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels,ink and watercolor on paper.Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 4 Jan 2021

Art and Science

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels,ink and watercolor on paper.Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 1 Jan 2020

Art and Science

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels,ink and watercolor on paper.Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 22 Apr 2019

Art and Science

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels,ink and watercolor on paper.Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 2 Jul 2018

Decolorizing Glass

The green tint from iron contaminationis neutralized by magenta from manganese.For Antonio Neri and his contemporary glassmakers, contaminants, especially metallic contaminants were the bane of producing a crystal clear product. Great care was taken to...
From: Conciatore on 8 Jun 2018

Art and Science

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels, ink and watercolor on paper. Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 15 Sep 2017

Art and Science

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels, ink and watercolor on paper. Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 11 Aug 2017

Decolorizing Glass

The green tint from iron contamination is neutralized by magenta from manganese. For Antonio Neri and his contemporary glassmakers, contaminants, especially metallic contaminants were the bane of producing a crystal clear product. Great care was taken...
From: Conciatore on 12 Jul 2017

Archiater

Antonio Neri's family arms, from the vestibule of the Palazzo Marzichi-Lenzi, Florence. Archiater was a title used in ancient times for the doctors of Roman Emperors. Later, this term was applied to the head physicians of rulers throughout Europe. Even...
From: Conciatore on 17 Apr 2017

Art and Science

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels, ink and watercolor on paper. Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 26 Sep 2016

Decolorization of Glass

The green tint from iron contamination is neutralized by magenta from manganese. For Antonio Neri and his contemporary glassmakers, contaminants, especially metallic contaminants were the bane of producing a crystal clear product. Great care was taken...
From: Conciatore on 27 Jul 2016

Archiater

Antonio Neri's family arms, from the vestibule of the Palazzo Marzichi-Lenzi, Florence. Archiater was a title used in ancient times for the doctors of Roman Emperors. Later, this term was applied to the head physicians of rulers throughout Europe. Even...
From: Conciatore on 18 Apr 2016

Art and Science

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels,ink and watercolor on paper. Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. He...
From: Conciatore on 23 Sep 2015

Decolorization of Glass

The green tint from iron contamination is neutralized by magenta from manganese. For Antonio Neri and his contemporary glassmakers, contaminants, especially metallic contaminants were the bane of producing a crystal clear product. Great care was taken...
From: Conciatore on 5 Aug 2015

Archiater

Antonio Neri's family arms, from the vestibule of the Palazzo Marzichi-Lenzi, Florence Archiater was a title used in ancient times for the doctors of Roman Emperors. Later, this term was applied to the head physicians of rulers throughout Europe. Even...
From: Conciatore on 24 Apr 2015

Art and Science Reprise

Jacopo Ligozzi,1518,  fanciful glass vessels,ink and watercolor on paper.Antonio Neri's writing on glassmaking and alchemy was distinguished from that of many contemporary authors in that his work was all deeply rooted in hands-on experience. His...
From: Conciatore on 8 Sep 2014

Manganese from Piedmont Reprise

For Antonio Neri, contaminants, especially metallic contaminants were the bane of producing crystal clear glass. Great care needed to be taken to ensure the purity of each ingredient at each step of the glass making process. The greatest threat of all...
From: Conciatore on 25 Aug 2014

Archiater Reprise

Antonio Neri's family arms.Archiater was a title used in ancient times for the doctors of Roman Emperors. Later, this term was applied to the head physicians of rulers throughout Europe. Even today, the pope’s chief physician holds the official title...
From: Conciatore on 28 Apr 2014

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