5 edition of American and European Pressed Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass (Catalog series / The Corning Museum of Glass) found in the catalog.
American and European Pressed Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass (Catalog series / The Corning Museum of Glass)
Jane Shadel Spillman
December 1981 by Corning Museum of Glass .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||398|
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Genre/Form: Catalogs History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Corning Museum of Glass. American and European pressed glass in the Corning Museum of Glass.
Excellent reference for early American pressed glass along with some very useful pointers to early English and European pressed glass. Over pictures and written commentary make this a useful reference book for those particularly interested in very early pressed glass.5/5(1).
The pressed glass in the Museum’s extensive collection is arranged by type, date, and decoration, with detailed descriptions. Patterns of the objects may be matched and compared, and manufacturers may be identified in this comprehensive volume. The book records 1.
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Esterly. Author: Regan Brumagen. The Museum's Glass Collection showcases more than 35 centuries of Rim Diam: cm pressed by automatic machinery American and European Pressed in circle in base.
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Book. English. Published Corning, N.Y.: The Museum, Contemporary glass: a world survey from the Corning Museum of Glass By Frantz, Susanne K.
Book. English. The Corning Museum of Glass houses the world's premier glass collection, a dazzling. American and European pressed glass in the Corning Museum of Glass by Corning Museum of Glass Jane Shadel Spillman has produced the first book on American cut glass to go beyond the glass and examine the workings of the industry itself, including labor relations, sources of blanks, special orders for the White House, Hawkes's representation.
American Glass: General Overviews. Selected books, articles, videos, websites and other materials on American glass and glassmaking.
Illustrated with Corning Museum of Glass and British Museum glass objects. Includes glossary and further reading list. Classic book about American Glass. "Chronological chart of American glass houses" in : Regan Brumagen. Jane Shadel Spillman has 17 books on Goodreads with 37 ratings.
Jane Shadel Spillman’s most popular book is American Cut Glass Industry and T G Hawkes. * American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (softcover) Jane Shadel Spillman, pp., more than 1, illus., 16 color plates, * Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume One David Whitehouse, pp., more than color illus., drawings, By Jane Shadel Spillman Written as a supplement to The Corning Museum of Glass's major exhibition, "Glass of the Maharajahs," this colorful book traces the development of glass furnishings, especially pieces created for Eastern rulers at the turn of the 19th century.5/5(1).
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Rare Book and Manuscript Library This catalog of a major collection of German enameled glass and related pieces at the Corning Museum covers the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. Includes a scholarly introduction, bibliographical references in the footnotes, and an extensive bibliography.
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MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and Amer. sep 3, - american brilliant cut glass orange/fruit bowl--cut by blackmer in their lyndale pattern-- boggess refference book for i d-- 10 inches long by 6 inches wide by 4 1/2 inches tall--very brilliant blank cut in an all over checkerboard pattern.
Fragments of this pattern were found at the Sandwich factory site; however, it was also manufactured elsewhere (see "American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass," p. 87). Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Author of Glass bottles, lamps & other objects, Glass tableware, bowls & vases, The cut and engraved glass of Corning,The cut and engraved glass of Corning,European Glass Furnishings for Eastern Palaces, AMER ART GLASS,BOTTLES (The Knopf Collectors' Guides to American Antiques), Glass from world's fairs,American and European Pressed Written works: American Cut Glass Industry and T G Hawkes, Glassmaking, America's first industry.
is dedicated to Hot Glass (off-hand / furnace) glassblowing with a blowpipe, and contains o photos, instructional videos, web pages, and external links -- especially for the beginner to intermediate glassblowing student, to document various techniques and the "ballet of.
Corning allowed for pioneering research and prominent acquisitions, and Axel made ample use of both. One of his first activities at the Museum seems to have been assisting with the organization of the exhibition The Story of American Pressed Glass of the Lacy Period, – ().
InAxel traveled to Cologne with the backing of a. Description Primary Description: Punch Bowl in "No. 17" Pattern. Colorless lead glass; blown, cut; two part punch bowl having a bulbous bowl (a) with scalloped top rim (6 larger and 6 smaller scallops, cut with 8 and 6 rounded serrations respectively), cut pattern on body of 6 large alternating with 6 smaller hobstars, above pairs of ellipses filed with fine diamond cutting around the points.
In author Jane Shadel Spillman, Curator of American Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass, chose to feature an opaque blue Sandwich glass desk set as the cover illustration for her comprehensive book American and European Pressed Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass.
Only six examples of the desk set were known at that time. The Corning Museum of Glass cares for and displays the world’s best collection of art and historical glass. When you visit, you’ll see more than 3, years of history displayed in the Glass Collection Galleries, from the glass portrait of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh to.
The European glass collection of The Corning Museum of Glass ranges in scope from early northern European glass made in rural glasshouses for daily use, to delicate stemware created during the heyday of the Venetian also includes elaborate cut and engraved glass made in Bohemia, France, and England, as well as ornate glass furniture created for world’s fairs during the.
I thought some of the information about molds for pressing glass provides some insight into bottles as well (and much more has been written about it). Some other books that have sections that may be of use to you: Spillman, Jane S. American and European pressed glass in the Corning Museum of Glass.
Corning, CMoG. Pressed Glass Early American molded glass refers to functional and decorative objects, such as bottles and dishware, that were manufactured in the United States in the 19th century. The objects were produced by blowing molten glass into a mold, thereby causing the glass to assume the shape and pattern design of the mold.
Common blown molded tableware items bearing designs include salt dishes, sugar bowls. Artristry And Innovation In Pittsburgh Glass, from Bakewell & Ensel to Bakewell, Pears & Co.
Arlene Palmer The book is a paperback catalog for an exhibition that was mounted for an insanely short time (two months). At pages, this book is a joy. American pressed glass became a widely used popular household product and the manufacture process meant that it could be sold at a more affordable price than hand blown or cut glass.
The technique of press-moulding glass with the aid of a hand-operated machine was first perfected in the United States of America in the early s. Corning Museum of Glass Founded in by Corning Glass Works (now Corning Incorporated) as a gift to the nation for the company’s th anniversary, The Corning Museum of Glass is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to telling the story of a single material: glass.
The Corning Museum of Glass. The Story of Mosaic Glass. Designs In Miniature. This cool book is in NEW condition. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PRESSED GLASS IN CORNING MUSEUM OF By Jane Shadel VG. $ Free shipping. Contemporary Glass: A World Survey from the Corning Museum of Glass by Frantz The Corning Museum of Glass This cool book is Seller Rating: % positive.
CORNING, NY, —The Corning Museum of Glass actively collects, educates, preserves, and shares the art, history, science, and technology of glass and objects are added to the Museum’s collection each year through acquisitions and donations.
Recent highlighted additions to the glass collection include a mixed media and blown glass wall panel by the respected. Looking for books by Jane Shadel Spillman.
See all books authored by Jane Shadel Spillman, including American Cut Glass Industry and T G Hawkes, and Glass Tableware, Bowls, Vase (The Knopf Collectors Guides to American Antiques), and more on Jane Shandel Spillman, American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (Corning, N.Y.: The Corning Museum of Glass.
), ↩ Barlow and Kaiser, The Glass Industry in Sandwich, Volume 2, 82, plate ; Spillman, American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass,plate ↩. The Corning Museum of Glass Corning, New York The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report Officers The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2 Executive Director’s Report and a pair of pressed green glass vases made.
CORNING, N.Y., Feb. 2, (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG), which holds the largest collection of René Lalique materials at a Author: Corning Museum of Glass. David Whitehouse is the executive director of the Corning Museum of Glass and has embarked on the ambitious task to publish comprehensive catalogues of ancient and Islamic glass in his institution.
The Roman, Sasanian, and Post-Sasanian publications are on the shelves (Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, vols. 1–3, ; Sasanian and Post-Sasanian Glass in. Corning Museum of Glass Dedicated to the art and science of glass in equal measure, this space is as much laboratory as museum.
A mannequin models a dress made from spun-glass cloth. Spillman, Jane Shadel, American and European Pressed Glass in the Corning Museum, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, United States, © Stout, Sandra McPhee, Complete Book of McKee Glass, Trojan Press, The, East 18th Avenue, North Kansas City, MO, United States,© by Sandra McPhee Stout.The crisp, strong, relief molded decoration is up to 1/2" thick.
I cannot say for sure which factory made this piece, however, my guess would be the Addison Glass Company. In her book American and European Pressed Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass Jane Spillman illustrates a number of pressed glass window panes on pages - The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report An educational institution dedicated to the history, art, and science of glass.
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