Glass from the past is timeless
- ON AND OFF THE AVENUE. // New Yorker;3/29/1969, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p131
The article reports that the Leningrad Optical Institute, which celebrates its 550th anniversary in March 1969, has developed a glassless glass in Russia.
- Glass menagerie. Revi, Albert Christia // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;May94, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p8
Presents answers to readers' inquiries sent to `Antiques and Collecting' magazine. Information on glass blower Joe Deanda from Dollywood, Tennessee; Determination of glass items' age and origin.
- Sandwich glass. Johnson, Bruce E. // Country Living;May96, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p102
Focuses on the history of glassmaking in the United States. Influence of English and European models in early attempts of glassmaking; Improvement of production methods; Popularity of Deming Jarvis as a glassmaker. INSET: To learn more..
- Through a Glass, Brightly. // House Beautiful;Dec99, Vol. 141 Issue 12, p130
Presents photographs of etched, engraved, and mouth blown glass designs.
- The cutting edge. Zimmer, Jenny // Craft Arts International;1995, Issue 32, p93
Features the 1994 National Studio Glass Exhibition and Triennials at the Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery in Australia. New Zealander Emma Camden's miniature, non-functional, cast glass teapots; Benjamin Edols and Kathy Elliot's worked vessels; Denis O'Connor's fragmented, kiln-cast `goddess' forms.
- Glass menagerie. Revi, Albert Christia // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Sep96, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p28
Answers questions on the origins of several glass craft. 1900s glass pitcher; Glass bowl with Indian head-type legs; Vase made by Stevens & Williams of Brierly Hills, England.
- Blown away. Holloway, Jay // In Britain;Sep98, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p54
Features the different designs of glass craft produced in Great Britain. Role of American artist Sam Herman in the evolution of studio glass; Hosting of the Dudley Glass Festival by Broadfield House.
- Venini glass in America. Reid, Robert // House Beautiful;Aug96, Vol. 138 Issue 8, p28
Features Venini's colored and abstractly shaped glass. Sale of Venini glass at Royal Copenhagen's Georg Jensen stores in the United States; Contact information.
- Glass menagerie. Revi, Albert Christia // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Feb96, Vol. 100 Issue 12, p8
Presents answers to questions on glass antiques. Includes purple marble glass sphinx paperweight; Value of Peach Blow glass.