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Botanical Wonders: The Story of the Harvard Glass Flowers. These flowers an glass models of invertebrates were made by Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka over a period of about 60 years.

Botanical Wonders: The Story of the Harvard Glass Flowers. These flowers an glass models of invertebrates were made by Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka over a period of about 60 years.

The siphonophore Apolemia uvaria, in glass. This piece “must be the most stunning glass in our [Cornell] collection, both for it size, complexity, and sheer compositional brilliance,” writes Drew Harvell in A Sea of Glass. Photo by Kent Loeffler. Image file courtesy of A Sea of Glass, by Drew Harvell

The siphonophore Apolemia uvaria, in glass. This piece “must be the most stunning glass in our [Cornell] collection, both for it size, complexity, and sheer compositional brilliance,” writes Drew Harvell in A Sea of Glass. Photo by Kent Loeffler. Image file courtesy of A Sea of Glass, by Drew Harvell

The Blaschka glass flowers @ Harvard. Real enought to pass for the real thing. - from Cabinet Magazine

The Blaschka glass flowers @ Harvard. Real enought to pass for the real thing. - from Cabinet Magazine

Specimen of Blaschka Marine Life: Ommastrephes sagittatus (Nr. 578), Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Dresden Germany, 1885. Lent by Cornell University, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the Corning Museum of Glass. (Photo by Dylan Thuras) The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka | Atlas Obscura

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka

Specimen of Blaschka Marine Life: Ommastrephes sagittatus (Nr. 578), Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Dresden Germany, 1885. Lent by Cornell University, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the Corning Museum of Glass. (Photo by Dylan Thuras) The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka | Atlas Obscura

Parvum Opus: The Glass Flowers by R. & L. Blaschka at Harvard's Natural History Museum

Parvum Opus: The Glass Flowers by R. & L. Blaschka at Harvard's Natural History Museum

Leopold & Rudolf Blaschka glass model

Leopold & Rudolf Blaschka glass model

Blaschka’s Glass Models Photographed by Guido Mocafico | The Dancing Rest http://thedancingrest.com/2014/10/13/blaschkas-glass-models-photographed-by-guido-mocafico/

Blaschka’s Glass Models Photographed by Guido Mocafico | The Dancing Rest http://thedancingrest.com/2014/10/13/blaschkas-glass-models-photographed-by-guido-mocafico/

Leopold Blaschka (1822 - 1895) & Rudolf Blaschka (1857 - 1938), Jellyfish - Alain.R.Truong

Leopold Blaschka (1822 - 1895) & Rudolf Blaschka (1857 - 1938), Jellyfish - Alain.R.Truong

Blaschka Glass Model, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology

Blaschka Glass Model, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology

Leopold & Rudolph Blascka  | Glass model of Carabela Portuguesa

Leopold & Rudolph Blascka | Glass model of Carabela Portuguesa

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