Kan, Paddy; Liu, Robert K.
December 1984
Ornament;Winter84, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p38
The article describes the manufacturing process for contemporary and widely-distributed glass beads and ornaments in China in 1984. The process for making glass beads in China is believed to be of considerable age due to glassworking's conservative nature. Also cited are the issues' implications for decoration and ornament.


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