Mirror 3D print model
Hand mirror with stucco. Model is fully prepared to 3D print. Blank for creativity. Master model.
A magnificent carved mirror can be a decoration for the bathroom.
Bounding box : 31 x 13 x 1.5 sm
Заготовка для творчества . Мастер модель.
Великолепное резное зеркало может стать украшением для ванной комнаты или будуарного столика. Габаритные размеры: 31 x 13 x 1.5 sm
The evolution of glass mirrors in the Middle Ages followed improvements in glassmaking technology. Glassmakers in France made flat glass plates by blowing glass bubbles, spinning them rapidly to flatten them, and cutting rectangles out of them. A better method, developed in Germany and perfected in Veniice by the 16th century, was to blow a cylinder of glass, cut off the ends, slice it along its length, and unroll it onto a flat hot plate. Venetian glassmakers also adopted lead glass for mirrors, because of its crystal-clarity and its easier workability. By the 11th century, glass mirrors were being produced in Moorish Spain.