Splendor in the Glass

Kincaid, Jamaica
June 2002
Architectural Digest;Jun2002, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p108
Deals with the glass flowers on display at the Museum of Natural History at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Origin of the glass flower works; Initial purpose of the glass flowers; Members of the Rosaceae family on display.


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