2 edition of Notes on the Stourbridge glass trade found in the catalog.
Notes on the Stourbridge glass trade
H J. Haden
|Other titles||The Stourbridge glass trade.|
|Statement||by H. J. Haden.|
|Series||County Borough of Dudley Libraries, Museums and Arts Dept. Transcript no. 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
Stourbridge School to the glass industry of the Stourbridge district. This study describes the context of the nineteenth century in which the Stourbridge School came to exist and during which it functioned. This thesis considers the history of Government schools of art in theFile Size: 8MB. Stourbridge came into existence in the early Middle Ages. It has seen much development from Roman and Saxon times and during the reigns of Elizabeth and Victoria. More changes followed in the 20th century; though an agricultural Pages:
*MR. HADEN, a Stourbridge (England) journalist, is author of the monographs Notes on the Stourbridge Glass Trade and The Stourbridge Glass Industry in the 19th Century. TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE Book Reviews A compilation of glass decorators as they appear in the Stevens & Williams pattern books is a work in progress. The Mark & Moody Almanack ( – ) is a further source of information on the people with glass associations in the Stourbridge area. Alphabetical index of Artists/Designers.
Guttery, D. R. , From broad-glass to cut crystal: a history of the Stourbridge glass industry / by D.R. Guttery Leonard Hill London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Manuscript scrapbook, account book, and deed, in various hands, concerning the glass business of James Hetley & Co. of 35 Soho Square, London. The scrapbook consists of about pages of mounted printed material and business letters, all concerning the glass trade.
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From broad-glass to cut crystal history of the Stourbridge glass indus D. Guttery Read. John Northwood John Northwood Read. Read. Notes on the Stourbridge glass trade H J. Haden Read. Read. Jewels on the cut book Bob Pooler, 1 book H J. Haden, 1 book Chandler, Peter, 1 book Graham Fisher, 1 book Paul Foot, 1 book Corning Museum of.
For centuries glass has been manufactured in the Stourbridge area, reputedly started in the 17th century by French glassmakers from the Lorraine region. They were attracted to the area by the rich natural resources of coal and fireclay for lining furnaces, making it.
Notes on The Stourbridge Glass Trade fron Penny FONTANA (nee BRETTELL): From Stourbridge Glass Trade () H.J. Haden (Dudley Public Libraries) Well off families from Lorraine, on the French / German borders, established the glass trade in Stourbridge, they were entrepreneurs & industrialists, the site was chosen deliberately because of its.
Notes on the Stourbridge glass trade; John Northwood, his contribution to the Stourbridge flint glass industry, ; From broad-glass to cut crystal: a history of the Stourbridge glass industry / by D.R.
Guttery; Stourbridge News (Stourbridge, England) [electronic resource] The Stourbridge Canal - A cruising guide. Ruskin Glass Centre Cafe, Amblecote. Mary Stevens Hospice Cafe. Greggs, High Street, Stourbridge.
Vines Cafe, High Street, Stourbridge. Cafe at Sainsbury's Withymoor. Hannah Reed's blog. Latest News - February We have just resubmitted our application to the Fairtrade Foundation applying to retain our status as a Fairtrade Town. Antique Stourbridge Glass is renowned throughout the world for lead crystal of the finest purity and quality.
Some of the finest services of lead crystal decanters and wine glasses ever produced were manufactured by Thomas Webb & Sons, Stevens & Williams, H. Richardson & Sons and several other manufacturers. Modern Glass Architecture. Shop. Jewels on the cut: an exploration of the Stourbridge Canal and the local glass industry / Graham Fisher, with a foreword by Charles R.
Hajdamach. Print; Title: Jewels on the cut: an exploration of the Stourbridge Canal and the local glass industry / Graham Fisher, with a foreword by Charles R. Hajdamach. Stourbridge / ˈstaʊərbrɪdʒ / is a market town in the West Midlands county of England. Situated on the River Stour, it was the centre of British glass making during the Industrial Revolution.
The UK census recorded the town's population as 63, Closest cities, towns and villages. Glass Making in y: England. THE STOURBRIDGE GLASS INDUSTRY 23 Graham Fisheris a freelance writer and presenter specialising in inland waterways and with a particular interest in glass.
Further Reading Graham Fisher,Jewels on the Cut(Sparrow Publishing, ). Stourbridge Crystal was renowned the world over in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Changes in taste and fashion, as well as shifting patterns of global manufacturing, led to a steady down-sizing of the Stourbridge industry in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries and the loss of many of the iconic names associated with glass.
- For centuries glass has been manufactured in the Stourbridge area, reputedly started in the 17th century by French glassmakers from the Lorraine region.
They were attracted to the area by the rich natural resources of coal and fireclay for lining furnaces, making it the perfect location for the industry. Stourbridge Glass is recognised as amongst the finest in the 47 pins.
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Notes on the Stourbridge Glass Trade Haden, H.J. Dudley Public Libraries Oldbury And Round About Hackwood, F(redrick).W(illiam). Originally published in as a limited edition, printed and published by Whitehead Bros. and Cornish Bros. (re-published by Brewin Books Ltd. ) Rowley Regis A History Chitham, Edward.
From inside the book. 17 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. Glass: its tradition and its makers Ada Buch Polak glass price-lists production Renaissance rock crystal Saint-Gobain Schreiberhau seventeenth century shapes sixteenth century stem Stourbridge style table glass techniques Thuringia Tiffany town trade.
Find Publishers near Stourbridge on Yell. Get reviews, contact details, directions and opening hours. Search for Publishers near you, or submit your own review. First at The White House Glass Works (sold to W H, B & J Richardson in ), then at The Platts House ( - ), then finally The Dennis Glass Works ( onward), later known as the Stourbridge Glass Works (also at The Oldham Road Flint Glass Works, Varley Street, Manchester).
Thomas Webb (I) formerly of Shepherd & Webb. News article "Glass for the use of the Prince of Wales at the opening of the Middle Temple Library", dated Nov. 9,glued to inside cover. Includes an illustration of the glassware. Viewer should consult microfiche copy FT, which is identical to this catalog except CMGL copy lacks cover page.
Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. * H. Jack Haden, English journalist, is an authority on glass and ceramics.
He is the author of Notes on the Stourbridge Glass Trade, a contributor to the Journal of the Society of Glass Technology, and Stourbridge correspondent of Pottery and Glass. The Stourbridge Canal is a canal in the West Midlands of England.
It links the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal (at Stourton Junction, affording access to traffic from the River Severn) with the Dudley Canal, and hence, via the Birmingham Canal Navigations, to Birmingham and the Black point: Stourton, Staffordshire.
8 Sep - Stourbridge in the West Midlands (formerly in Worcestershire) is the town where I was born & grew up. It has a rich history, some beautiful old buildings & fabulous people.
It is well know for it's crystal glass industry, which you can find out about on my 'Stourbridge Glass' board. On this board I want to collect together as many images as possible to celebrate everything pins.The Stourbridge News newspaper was launched in February.
The population of Stourbridge according to the census Stourbridge College of Technology and Art was renamed Stourbridge College. The current parliamentary constituency of Stourbridge was .Glassmakers of Stourbridge and Dudley A Biographical History of a Once Great Industry [Ellis, Jason] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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