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Making coloured glass eyeballs
Making coloured glass eyeballs, c1914-c1918. Master craftsmen use cut glass and enamel to make glass eyes for soldiers who lost their eyes in the First World War. A bulb of glass is blown and colour applied (top left); the eyes are baked and the colours set (top right); the eyeball is cut to fit (bottom left); the finished article is carefully polished (bottom right).
- Image ref: 2378630
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images