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Irish glass, an account of Glass-making in Ireland from the XVI th century to the present day

M S Dudley Westropp

Irish glass, an account of Glass-making in Ireland from the XVI th century to the present day

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Published by Herbert Jenkins in London .
Written in English


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Statementby M S Dudley Westropp.
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Dudley (Michael Seymour Dudley), Pages: Irish Glass - An Account of Glass-Making in Ire-land from the XVIth Century to the Present Day By M. Dudley Westropp, M.R.I.A., of the National Museum of Ireland. Illustrated with Reproductions of Typical Pieces of Irish Glass and Patterns and Designs [ Seiten] Herbert Jenkins Limited 3 York Street Saint James’s London S.W.

I []. Authority on history of Irish glass-making. beginning in the late 16th century until the present day. in the founding of the Contemporary Makers wing of the Glass Society of Ireland. Crystal-clear lesson for Ireland in US glass-making revival A manufacturing hub in Seattle shows the potential for former Waterford Crystal workers Sat,Updated: Mon, Feb Irish Glass: An Account of Glass Making in Ireland from the 16th Century by Westropp, M.

Dudley and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at After the closure of the Waterford Crystal factories in Ireland ina team of master craftsmen came together & formed The Irish Handmade Glass Company.

Located in the Kite Design Studios on Henrietta Street, in the heart of The Viking Triangle in Waterford City, we aim to keep our centuries old craft & tradition alive. Glass Making in Europe. After the decline of the Roman Empire in the 4th & 5th centuries AD, the craft of glass making waned Irish glass Europe.

The industry continued to thrive in Iran, Iraq & Egypt. In Europe, there was a limited revival of glass making in the early 12th Century, with the development of stained glass windows for cathedrals & monasteries. Dudley Westropp, in his important work on "Irish Glass," pagementions a "letter from Exeter, dated December 7th, ," in which "Elizabeth Walpole, one of the partners in the Waterford Glass Works, says she had a conversation with Edward Eardley, a glass merchant of Exeter and Plymouth, about some glass she was getting over from.

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