Well, in biology she always treated us to pictures of her photo safaris on the last day before vacations, I remember Africa and Nepal best. In Latin she tried not just to teach us the language, but also paint a picture of the times and she recommended books that went with the subjects.
One of them was called "Dark glass and fish in the lamp", was set in the Roman Germania of around 100 AD and was about a young glassmaker who was rumored to have invented unbreakable glass.
The glass I'll show you now is probably not unbreakable and not that old, either. It's just as fascinating and beautiful, though.
|Sea foam green Roman glass ring by Oceanic Splendors Jewelry|
|Personalized peacock unity ceremony set by The Wedding Gallery Brad Goodell|
|Fused glass Tic Tac Toe game by Glass Circus|
|Frog brooch with lampwork bead by Gila Design|
|Vintage Fenton glass boot and slipper at Luv Stephen King|
|Floral burst stained glass panel by Wildwinds Stained Glass|