the Glass Encyclopedia
Libensky Blue Pyramid
above: Blue Pyramid
sculpture by Stanislav
Libensky and Jaroslava
Brychtova, 1993
(120cm tall 83cm wide)


Angela' latest book:
Bimini Glass



Glass Encyclopedia

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The Glass Encyclopedia is a reference source on glass, covering a broad list of types of glass. Each topic has its own page with a definition of the topic, interesting background and history, pictures, references to other on-line sources and articles, and suggested books on the topic. The Glass Enyclopedia is currently being upgraded page by page, to update the links, enhance the text, and add new information about relevant books on glass. Some really interesting articles from the Glass Museum have been incorporated into these updated pages. See what you think.

The Glass Encyclopedia page on Working with Glass now has a fascinating article by Robert Mickelson on the history of art glass lampworking, with very interesting diagrams and pictures. Tiara Glass has a summary of the company's history followed by a short article about the very popular amber Sandwich Pattern. Caithness Glass has a short summary of the Caithness story followed by a detailed article by Rhona Burns and Angela Bowey. Rhona was the Marketing Executive with Caithness Glass Ltd in their heydays when they had their own Marketing Executive, and Angela is a researcher and author. The article covers the history of the company, the people who worked there, and the beautiful glass they created (with lots of pictures).

Schneider glass is another page which has been updated with superb pictures and text written by Thomas Karman for the Glass Museum. Thomas is a long-time collector, writer, and consultant on Schneider glass. The pages on Charder Glass and Le Verre Francais have also been updated, as both those names were used by Schneider for their glass.

The Glass Encyclopedia page on Cast Glass has been enhanced by the addition of an article about Shona Firman and her cast glass.

The page on Glass Bottles has three additional sections, Walt Rigling's article on Apothecary Vials, and David Barker's article about English Apothecary Vials, plus Angela Bowey's article on the history of glass bottles in New Zealand. And I am currently working on a major upgrade of the page about Wedgwood Glass.

I hope sincerely that you enjoy these improved web pages.


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Glass Encyclopedia

-INDEX-

click on any of
the following links to
our article on that topic:

Advertising glass
Akro Agate glass
Amberina glass
American glass
Ancient glass
Apothecary glass
Apsley Pellatt glass
Art Deco glass
Art nouveau glass
Arts and Crafts glass
August Walther Glass
Baccarat glass
Bagley glass
Barolac glass
Beads (glass)
Bimini glass
Blenko glass
Books on glass
Bottles (glass)
Boyd's Crystal Glass
Brierley Crystal glass
E O Brody glass
Bubble glass
Burtles Tate glass
Caithness glass
Cameo glass
Cameo incrustations
Carder Glass
Carnival glass
Cast glass
Chance glass
Charder glass
Cire Perdue glass
Cloud glass
Cobalt blue glass
Consolidated glass
Contemporary glass
Coralene glass
Coudersport glass
Crackle glass
Cranberry glass
Custard cups (glass)
Custard glass
Cut crystal glass
Dartington glass
Daum glass
Davidson's glass
Depression glass
Dew drop glass
Dorothy Thorpe glass
Drinking glasses
Dumps
DVDs on Glass
EAPG glassware
End-of-day glass
Etling glass
European glass
Fairy Lights
Federal glass
Fenton glass
Fire-King glass
Flygsfors glass
Fostoria glass
Frank Thrower glass
French glass
Fry Glass
Galle Glass
Glass Bottles
Glass Dumps
Glass hand vases
Glass-working
Gold ruby glass
Goofus Glass
Gray-stan glass
Greeners glass
Hand vases
Hazel Atlas glass
Heisey glass
Historismus glass
Hobnail glass
Hunebelle glass
Imperial glass
Intaglio glass
Irradiated glass
Isle of Wight glass
Italian glass
Jack-in-Pulpit glass
Jade glass
James Derbyshire
Jeannette Glass
Joblings glass
Joe Rice glass
John Derbyshire
J Walsh Walsh glass
Kemple glass
King's Lynn glass
Komaromy glass
Lalique glass
Lampwork glass
Leerdam glass
Le Verre Francais
L G Wright glass
Libbey glass
Libensky glass
Lobmeyr glass
Loetz or Lotz glass
Lost wax technique
Malachite glass
Manchester glass
Marbles (glass)
Marqueterie de Verre
Mary Gregory glass
Mdina glass
Mercury glass
Milk glass
Molineux Webb glass
Monart glass
Murano glass
Nailsea glass
Nazeing glass
New Zealand glass
NZ paperweights
Northwood glass
Opalescent glass
Orient & Flume glass
Orplid glass
Orrefors glass
Pallme-Konig glass
Paperweights
Paperweights of NZ
Pate de Verre
Peachblow glass
Pearline glass
Percival Yates & Vickers
Perthshire Paperw'ts
Phoenix glass
Pictures on glass
Pilgrim glass
Pirelli glass
Powell glass
Pyrex glass
Riverside glass
Reverse paint on glass
Roman glass
Rose bowls
Royal Brierley glass
Ruby glass
Sabino glass
Scandinavian glass
Schneider glass
Shoes in glass
Silhouettes on glass
Silvered glass
Silver overlay glass
Slag glass
Sowerby glass
Spatter glass
Stained glass
St Clair glass
Steuben Glass
Stevens & Williams
Strathearn glass
Stretch glass
STS Abel Zagreb glass
Sulphides in glass
Sun changed glass
Thomas Webb glass
Tiara glass
Tiffany glass
Tiffin glass
Toothpick Holders
Tortoiseshell glass
Tudor Crystal glass
Uranium glass
Val St Lambert glass
Vasart glass
Vaseline glass
Venetian glass
Venini glass
Verlys glass
Videos on Glass
Vistosi Glass
Vitro Porcelain Glass
Walther Glass
Waterford Crystal
Webb Corbett glass
Webb, Thomas glass
Wedgwood glass
Westmoreland glass
Whitefriars glass
WMF glass
Ysart glass

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This is the 'go to' reference book if you are interested in Pirelli Glass.
It offers collectors a comprehensive history of Pirelli glass and its makers,
from its inception in the mid 40s to 1980 when the company closed.
The book is filled with colour photographs, original black and white catalogue
photographs, stories and a miriad of information on Pirelli and Vasart glass.
(review by Jackie S. from Canada)




And if you didn't read the first part of this Trilogy, you can take a look
here. The first part covers Pirelli, Bimini, and Komaromy.
If you are interested in Pirelli glass you are sure to enjoy this one.
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INFORMATION about New Zealand Glass !
Including many original catalog pictures and dozens of photographs.
NOW available - this is the new second edition of this book and it
covers the fascinating history of glass in New Zealand, the story of
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INFORMATION about Bagley Glass!
Bagley Glass were making Art Deco glass from the 1930s onwards so we thought you might be interested in this book.
The first three editions sold out very quickly.



The 4th Edition is now available and has received a rave response
- more information, more and better pictures, new items identified
as Bagley for the first time, a helpful index, and more compehensive coverage.
A truly comprehensive guide to help you identify Bagley Glass.
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