7 edition of 20th century factory glass found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 250-251) and index.
|Other titles||XXth century factory glass, Twentieth century factory glass|
|LC Classifications||NK5110 .J27 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||99076788|
From the 20th century, some glass artists began to class themselves as sculptors working in glass and as part of the fine arts. In the early 20th century, most glass production happened in factories. Even individual glassblowers making their own personalized designs would .
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In pages filled with photographs and information, 20th Century Factory Glass examines the myriad ways that a few minerals can combine with high heat to create delicate and colorful objects of beauty.
In an effort to simplify material, the sections are arranged not by time period, but alphabetically by artist or company.5/5(5). In pages filled with photographs and information, 20th Century Factory Glass examines the myriad ways that a few minerals can combine with high heat to create delicate and colorful objects of beauty.
In 20th century factory glass book effort to simplify material, the sections are arranged 5/5(5). "20th Century Factory Glass tells the complex story of modern glass through an examination of the greatest glass producers worldwide.
The book discusses over factories in detail, from Barovier & Toso in Italy to Blenko in the USA, 20th century factory glass book from Whitefriars Glass in Britain to Riihimaki in Finland. This reference book is a survey of domestic factory-produced glass through the 20th century, from the organic shapes and iridescent colours of the Art Nouveau period to the simple clean lines of contemporary design.
The book looks at over glass factories in detail. Large heavyweight book which celebrates the richness & diversity of 20th century factory made glass. It covers both tableware and art glass and has sections on 98 manufacturers/designers with beautiful colour pictures of their iconic /5(6).
Synopsis This reference book is a survey of domestic factory-produced glass through the 20th century - from the organic shapes and iridescent colours of the Art Nouveau period to the simple clean lines of contemporary design.
The book looks at over glass factories in detail, with the entries in alphabetical order for ease of reference/5(6). This reference book is a survey of domestic factory-produced glass through the 20th century - from the organic shapes and iridescent colours of the Art Nouveau period to the simple clean lines of contemporary design.
The book looks at over glass factories in detail, with the entries in alphabetical order for ease of reference/5(5). Cenedese are probably best known for their range of Aquarium sculptures - large clear blocks of glass filled with suspended fish and seaweed.
they were originally designed by Alfredo Barbini, and later continued by Riccardo Licata. Sources: 20th Century Factory Glass by Lesley Jackson.
20th Century Glass deal in a wide range of antique + collectable glassware from all over the world. We sell online via our website, eBay and Etsy. We sell online via our website, eBay and Etsy.
We also have an in-depth encyclopaedia guide on many types of glassware, with lots of information and pictures. The invention of the coal burning furnace in the 17th century lead to glass production being moved to areas such as Stourbridge, to be close to the coal mines.
To this day, these areas are still the centres of the British glass industry. This part of our encyclopaedia covers British glass makers of the 20th century. Schneider a Glass factory of the 20th century, Ed. RMN, 8 inches x 11 inches (21 cm x 28 cm), softcover book with full color pages This softcover book with full color pages and more than color illustrations retraces the history of Schneider Le Verre Français glass factory especially during the Art-Deco period and presents the.
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From the late 19th century to the first half of the 20th century there were more than glass factories in the United States. Most of them made utility and industrial glass only, such as laboratory vessels, bottles, window glass, light fixtures, etc., but several produced an amazingly diverse and creative amount of glass for the table, kitchen and vanity.
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Other archaeological evidence suggests that the first true glass was made in coastal north Syria, Mesopotamia or Egypt. The earliest known glass objects, of the mid 2, BC, were beads, perhaps initially created as the accidental by. Factory glass is a term used by collectors of art glass to distinguish relevant items from the more individual or unique studio glass and by studio glass artists to distinguish their work from the more standardised items which are generally made in larger glassworks.
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Lenox is an American company that sells tabletop, giftware and collectible products under the Lenox, Dansk, Reed & Barton, and Gorham brands. For most of the 20th century they were the most prestigous American maker of tablewares, as well as making decorative l services were commissioned for the White House.
By they were the last significant manufacturer of bone china in the Headquarters: Bristol, Pennsylvania. In one glass factory, the average hourly wage for a male worker was 18 cents, and that of a female worker was 11 cents. They did not perform the same work.
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