The icons in this set were extracted from my illustrations for the 11th book in our [link]
(Lebanese Heritage) series, Verre et Verriers
. The book covers the history of glass from the earliest we know of its invention to the rise of Venice as a centre of glassmaking, at which point our region (the Levant) ceases to be of significance in its development.
I had no idea I had drawn quite so much glass, but there you have it, 47 icons spanning, from top to bottom: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Phoenicia, Roman Phoenicia, Byzantium, various Islamic dynasties, and finally Venice. They were not created with an icon set in mind, so they are not as consistent as a set ought to be, but they're a nice accompaniment to the book (which I highly recommend – an English version is in preparation). Enjoy!
Some spreads of the book can be viewed on dA: