OK - so here's where I'll toss out my 1 vote and opinion, but keep in mind that all members of the Notables Team should get equal opportunity to respond. From what I can tell, I don't think he has a current Wikipedia article on him or even a combined article where he is mentioned. So that means the easy way is out.
So this means we'll have to review his criteria against the Notability standards in Wikipedia and determine if he "would" qualify for a page there, which would mean he would qualify for Notability here.
So for starters, they recommend that there are verifiable sources on him that indicate his Notability - from what I can tell, you have a translation out on your Free Space page that shows he was a famous glassblower and founded a glassworks in Eastern France. Apparently this was one of the first glassworks in the area (at least one of those mentioned in the Free Space page). I see that he was considered a "Master" in his craft and that others in his field have cited him in their published works.
From a verifiability standpoint, I think we're covered. I see in his profile that there are a number of sources that seem to indicate his name mentioned in other articles and other documents.
The one thing I am still a bit fuzzy on is exactly "what" he is known for. Without reading all the articles and doing my own research, I'd recommend adding a few lines in his biography for his specifics that make him famous. For example, there are lots of glassblowers from that period, and there are less but still a lot of "Master" glassblowers from that period, but what is it that made his work special or made his work stand out among his peers? Was it colors he was using, techniques that made the glass shapes more pleasing to the eye, fancy things he did to shape the glass so that it was more unique in shape than anyone else was able to do at the time, a technique he used to refine the glass that was ahead of its time, a method he used in his shop that was unique or anything of this nature? I'm sure the info may be there in the links, but it might be better to just call this out as I'm sure you have a better grasp of this than I do.
So other than me having a clear understanding of what made him famous, I think I'm OK with setting him up as a Notable, provided you can justify what made him famous in the biography. Just my 2 cents. Others can also provide their input too. :)