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From broad-glass to cut crystal

David Reginald Guttery

From broad-glass to cut crystal

a history of the Stourbridge glass industry

by David Reginald Guttery

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Published by Leonard Hill in London .
Written in English

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Pagination161p. :
Number of Pages161
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Open LibraryOL18151748M

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Comment: Title: From Broad-glass To Cut Crystal: A History of The Stourbridge Glass Industry, Author: David Reginald Guttery, Publisher: Leonard Hill, Binding: Hardcover, pages. No dust jacket. Red cloth. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb : D.R.

Guttery. Add tags for "From broad-glass to cut crystal, a history of the Stourbridge glass industry.". Be the first. FROM BROAD-GLASS TO CUT CRYSTAL: a history of the Stourbridge glass industry "This book tells the story of a world-famous industry which has been continuously producing glass for three-and-a-half centuries.

It is the story of Stourbridge Glass told for the first time; of its products, domestic and fancy, of its significant figures, masters. From Broad-Glass to Cut Crystal. A History of the Stourbridge Glass Industry Author Guttery, D.R Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition Poor d/w Edition First [& Only?] Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Leonard Hill (Books) Ltd Place of Publication London Date published Keywords.

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Description: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback Range: £ - £ From Broad-Glass to Cut Crystal a history of the Stourbridge Glass Industry by D C R Guttery. Published by Leonard Hill Ex library copy. Hardback with dust jacket in protective sleeve.

Pages are dulled. Some marks where book pocket and label have. FROM BROAD-GLASS TO CUT CRYSTAL: a history of the Stourbridge glass industry by GUTTERY, D.R.

London: Leonard Hill, Tall narrow octavo, maroon cloth. pp xiv, + colour frontispiece and 22 b&w plates. From broad-glass to cut crystal book Rubber stamp in bottom margin of title page, small bruise to one outer corner, else fine.

The thin dust jacket is worn, with long tears mainly to the spine internally mended, chip at Book Edition: First Printing. Guttery, D. From broad-glass to cut crystal: a history of the Stourbridge glass From broad-glass to cut crystal book / by D.R.

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Guttery in his book"From Broad‑glass to Cut Crystal" [5],states that the de Hennezel, de Thiétry and du Thisac families had been"gentlemen, tramps and broad‑glass makers" and from the earlyfifteenth century when they left the woods of Bohemia and began their long trekto the Darney Forest in the Vosges.

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A cylinder of glass was blown then cut into a sheet that was cooled on an iron plate. Broad sheet glass is poor quality, with many imperfections and mostly translucent, and was most often cut into panes and placed into leadlight windows, a type of stained glass without coloured glass.

Crown Glass. This glass is primarily for art work and vessels. Glass of the Alchemists: Lead Crystal - Gold Ruby, - The Corning Museum of Glass. Mortimer, C., "Analysis of Post Medieval Glass from Old Broad Street, London, with Reference to Other Contemporary Glasses from London and Italy.".

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D’Artigues sold the company in to three of his associates, M. Pierre-Antoine Godard-Desmarets, M. Lecuyer, and M. Lolot, who formed the Compagnie des Cristalleries de Baccarat. D R Guttery,From Broad–Glass to Cut Crystal (London, ). Charles Hajdamach,British Glass (Antique Collectors’ Club, ).

John Hemingway,‘In search of the long lost township of Bredhull’, Black Country Bugle, 30 August Christopher Welch,‘Glass-making in Wolseley, Staffordshire’, Post-Medieval ArchaeologyFile Size: 3MB. Audnam Glasshouse was built in and was run by Henry Bradley. His business suffered due to the decline in the price paid for broad glass coupled with the introduction of the glass tax in He finally surrendered his business in to his landlord, Baron John Ward of Dudley.

value of historic window glass magnesium. Window glass produced after c. contains – wt% MgO. There is the possibility that phase 5 Author: David Dungworth. From Broad-Glass to Cut Crystal: a History of the Stourbridge Glass Industry D R Guttery Glassmaking at Shinrone: the Evidence for Working Practices and Products, with a Note on Glassmaking Waste.

An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made by drawing glass or plastic to a diameter slightly thicker than that of a human hair. Optical fibers are used most often as a means to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber and find wide usage in fiber-optic communications, where they permit transmission over longer distances and at higher bandwidths (data rates) than electrical.

From Broad-Glass to Cut Crystal: D R Guttery: Leonard Hill: A good history with lots of small details about those involved in the glass industry. The pieces of "modern" glass illustrated make it well worth it as a reference. British Table and Ornamental Glass: L M Angus-Butterworth: Leonard Hill: The term "crystal glass," derived from rock crystal, was at first applied to clear, highly refractive glass; it has come to denote in the trade a high-grade, colorless glass and is sometimes applied to any fine hand-blown glass.

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The early modern period in England (c. –) brought on a revival in local glass production. Medieval glass had been limited to the small-scale production of forest glass for window glass and vessels, predominantly in the Weald. The organisation of production evolved from the small-scale family-run glass houses typical of forest glass-making to large monopolies granted by the Crown.

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He selected Crutched Friars near London for the production of crystal glass a la facon de Venise, the exquisite glassware that was the tour-de-force of the Venetians and the Altarese Carre's efforts were made effective by the virulent persecution of the "Reformers," climaxing in the massacre of St.

Bartholomew in and the consequent exodus. The original quote from which this comes is given by D.R. Guttery in his book From Broad Glass to Cut Crystal, and this refers to an Edward Dagnia glass maker then living in Bristow. It had been assumed that Bristow meant Bristol, but an alternative interpretation that would be more consistent with the quote is that it meant Bridstow close to.Fifteen assorted books on glass to include 'A Beilby Odyssey' by James Rush, 'Glass Notes' by Arthur Churchill Ltd, 'The Glass of Frederick Carder' by Frederick V.

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