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Glass, Ceramics & Stone

When you examine, clear or reconstruct glass, ceramics or stone, you need customized, high-resolution microscope solutions that enable you to analyze objects of different sizes and shapes. Leica Microsystems provides a variety of stereo and research microscopes with different illumination methods and portable stand systems tailored to your needs.

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Top Stereo Solution

Leica M80 stereomicroscope for Glass, Ceramics, and Stone Conservation

Examine, clean and reconstruct glass, ceramics and stone with the customizable and affordable Leica M80 stereomicroscope for Art Conservation. This portable, powerful solution provides increased depth of focus and improved resolution with varied illumination options for small or large objects. This featured package includes cool, long-lasting illumination, Leica MC170 HD digital camera and LAS Annotation and LAS Report software modules.

Top Digital Solution

Leica DVM2500 digital microscope for Glass, Ceramics and Stone Conservation

Experience high-powered, high-resolution digital imaging in 3D with the Leica DVM2500 digital microscope for Glass, Ceramics and Stone. This innovative and flexible solution comes with a fast FireWire camera and easy-to-use Leica Application Suite software for detailed analysis and documentation. View large or small objects with vertical or inclined surfaces easily with the flexible tilting stand and revolving x/y stage.

With the help of a stereomicroscope combined with a floor stand, traces of color on a Greek marble portrait dating from the late Hellenistic period around 100 BC are documented. © Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

In the microscopic image of the right eye of the Greek portrait eyelashes and other painted details are clearly visible. © Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen