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Monday, August 21, 2017

Glass Flowers At Harvard Museum of Natural History

The  "Glass Flowers" Gallery at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. The "Glass Flowers" Gallery at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Courtesy Harvard University

After its first comprehensive renovation, the gallery housing Harvard Museum’s historic glass flower collection has reopened, being largely unchanged since the 1920s. The 4,200 flora, all made entirely of glass, were crafted between 1887 and 1936 by a father-and-son team from Dresden.

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