4 edition of Techniques of glassmaking found in the catalog.
Techniques of glassmaking
|Statement||directed by S. Goldstein ; camera: J. Durst, W. Nassau.|
|Contributions||Durst, J., Nassau, W., Corning Museum of Glass., National Endowment for the Arts.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 videocassette (14 min.)|
|Number of Pages||14|
"Glassmaking & Glassmakers" Related Pages Organization & Structure. A. Mouth-blown Manufacturing - This section addresses the manual processes for making bottles, used prior to automation of the industry, where the bottle was blown/expanded with the power of human lungs; thus the term "mouth-blown.". Free-Blown Manufacturing - Provides a detailed description of the complete mouth-blown . Articles, Pamphlets, Books: That famous product of French Enlightenment, the Diderot Encyclopedia by Denis Diderot et al, published from , includes detailed descriptions and engravings of many trades, including the original some plates about glassmaking, six were re-printed by the Corning Glass Center from originals in the Corning Museum of Glass, and released as.
Corning Museum of Glass 1 Museum Way Corning, NY () The latest exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York, presents examples of decorative glassware crafted using new glassmaking techniques that evolved in northern and central Europe between and GLASS-MAKING MATERIALS. During the last season several important glass-manufacturing districts Tiave been visited (by Survey geologists, and careful investigation lias been made of .
Karol B. Wight, senior curator of antiquities at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, notes in the introduction of her book Molten Color: Glassmaking in Antiquity that “Most of us have no idea that glassmaking began over three thousand years ago or that the techniques developed over two thousand years ago to shape it into a variety of. This volume describes the uses of glass and glassmaking in the ancient world, from their origins in Mesopotamia and Egypt to developments in the late Roman Empire. The first half of this exquisitely illustrated book examines the earliest techniques for making .
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After introductory chapters on the development of glass, methods of glassmaking, decorating techniques and choosing glass, the author discusses various engraving techniques in detail: diamond point engraving, drill engraving, and copper-wheel engraving.
Aspiring glasscrafters will also find excellent coverage of such interesting techniques as /5(28). The first half of this exquisitely illustrated book examines the earliest techniques for making glass, including casting, core-forming, and mosaic.
All were used for centuries prior to the development of glass blowing, in which molten glass is inflated at the end of a hollow tube.5/5(1).
Selection of books, articles, videos and other resources about glass and glassmaking in the ancient world. Various techniques used to make glass in ancient : Regan Brumagen.
Beyond Basic Stained Glass Making by Michael Johnston Build on the basic stained glass-making skills you already possess. With straightforward text and a wealth of color photos, this book will show you how to master more advanced stained glass-making techniques: making complex cuts with a table saw and repeating cuts with a jig system, making and installing hinges, foiling glass jewels and.
The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian Glassblowing by William Gudenrath Although focused on techniques, this online book covers the history of glassmaking in Venice, looking at its development from ancient times through the end of the Techniques of glassmaking book : Regan Brumagen.
Artists in Glass: Late Twentieth Century Masters in Glass by Dan Klein Book Description: Artists in Glass is a comprehensive and timely survey of the international art glass movement, exploring its dynamic history and its future at the beginning of the 21st century.
Types of glass and glassmaking techniques from the 15th to the 17th centuries. Colouring of glass. The colouring agents are generally metallic oxides which, added to the glass mixture, develop their action during the fusion stage, determining the colour of the glass. For instance, cupric oxide produces an aquamarine green tonality, cuprous oxide makes red, cobalt oxide blue, the combination of iron oxide.
To write the complete story of glassmaking would be impossible; so much of that story is unknown or the product of speculation. What is known, however, supplies a rich and fascinating record of the miraculous dis-covery of an ancient art that evolved gradually into.
Beside Phoenicians, ancient Egyptians also knew the secrets of glass production and they used glass like materials long before the production of glass glass beads, which people used for necklaces was the first glass.
Decorative glass was very difficult to produce and was quite rare. In ancient time glass was made from sand quartz and the ancients were using some very complex. Advanced Glassworking Techniques by Edward T. Schmid. If you make glass out of the furnace or want to know how it's done, I can sum up my opinion in three words - BUY THIS BOOK.
Excellent book covering a multitude of glassworking techniques (for the furnace). Antonio Neri Reveals the Secrets of Glassmaking and Helps Make High Quality Glass Available to the WorldOverviewThe second oldest of all manmade materials (after bronze) is glass, which for thousands of years has served important building, decorative, and utilitarian purposes.
Because of its value, glass became a prized possession of the wealthy and powerful. The Art of Glassmaking. This article relates to Glass House. At one point in Glass House, Brian Alexander describes his childhood experience of peering into one of the glass manufacturing plants in his home town: "Nuns had spent years engraving images of hell on my flames shooting out of the squat stack on the roof, the white-red glow of the furnace inside, the gray shadows of.
Glassmaking technique: free-blown glass. Google Classroom Facebook Twitter. Email. Mosaic, metalwork and glass. Glassmaking technique: free-blown glass. This is the currently selected item. Ancient and Byzantine mosaic materials. Roman mold-blown glass. Medieval goldsmiths.
How. Like the electronic resource The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian Glassworking, this e-book presents my thoughts about how a selection of historical glass objects may have been made some to years ago.
In this second publication, I consider glass of a similar style and period that was made in a wide variety of European locations other than Venice (Fig. casting techniquesAny of several glassmaking techniques involving the use of single (open), multipart (closed), or former molds.
core-forming technique The manufacture of vessels or objects by trailing molten glass around a core of clay, mud, sand, and organic material made in. Glass container production.
Broadly, modern glass container factories are three-part operations: the batch house, the hot end, and the cold batch house handles the raw materials; the hot end handles the manufacture proper—the forehearth, forming machines, and annealing ovens; and the cold end handles the product-inspection and packaging equipment.
The first half of this exquisitely illustrated book examines the earliest techniques for making glass, including casting, core-forming, and mosaic. All were used for centuries prior to the development of glass blowing, in which molten glass is inflated at the end of a hollow tube.
“The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian Glassworking [website] is an investigation of the probable working practices of some of the most skilled artisans of all time: the glassblowers of Renaissance Venice.
To my knowledge, this topic has never before been explored in a thorough and systematic way,” Mr. Gudenrath wrote at the site. And while you find many artists today willing to share their glassmaking secrets, there are still those techniques, recipes, or tricks of the trade too hard-won to share wide and far.
When one’s livelihood depends on protecting a recipe for a popular glass color, you can understand why glass companies often wished to keep their secrets. The first half examines the earliest techniques for making glass, including casting, coreforming and mosaic, all of which were used for centuries before the development of glass blowing in the middle of the first century BC.
The second half of the book looks at the innovations that occurred in glassmaking during the Roman Imperial period. Books + Media. Books + Media. Media. Activity Books + Supplies; DVDs; Educational Kits; Games; Glassmaking Tools; Museum Publications.
Exhibition Related; Glassmaking Techniques Glassmaking Techniques. Displaying items 1 - 18 of Pagination. Current page 1; Page 2; Next page Next; Last page Last; ON SALE. Years of Glass.In glassmaking equipment was transferred to the island of Murano.
During 15th century Venetian glass blower, Angelo Barovier, crated cristallo, nearly colorless, transparent glass. By the late ’s, many Venetians went to northern Europe seeking better life where they established factories and brought the art of Venetian glassblowing.You can watch live glassmaking, or learn to make glass at the glass demos, offered every day, all day, are part of the Museum visit experience.
See master glassmakers at work, and gain a better understanding of how objects in the collection were made.