2 edition of English nineteenth century cameo glass found in the catalog.
English nineteenth century cameo glass
Corning Museum of Glass.
A special exhibition, 1963.
|Contributions||Revi, Albert Christian.|
cameo glass In John Northwood, an English glassmaker, created a reproduction of the Portland Vase. This achievement inspired other glass engravers to make cameo glassware and initiated a revival of that glass form. Also about this time Émile Gallé began producing articles of cameo glass in France. From our European Collection, #3 of a set of three fine 19th century stained and leaded glass architectural panels, ex-Christies, most likely of British origin, featuring a central heraldic crest or family coat of arms within a shield in the central panel, flanked on both sides by various mosaics of stained leaded glass in vibrant reds, yellows, golds, blues, whites, greens and browns, each.
New Cameo Glass in Old Designs - Specific Patterns and Decorative Techniques Copied If the mark isn't listed in an auction catalog, a reference book on cameo glass or a book of glass marks, you have every right to be skeptical. Late 19th- Early 20th Century. . - Explore samihashenouda's board "Cameo glass", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Glass, Glass art, Vase pins.
English Cameo Glass Vase, late 19th centuryheight in — cm. on This late 18th or early 19th century glass cameo depicts the head of a Roman soldier, which was an early favorite theme in cameos. The cameo is made of two layers of contrasting glass with a yellowish-brown profile on a black courtesy of Dr. Anthony Cavo.
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Hardcover By David Whitehouse With the help of dozens of illustrations, this small book celebrates the achievements of 19th-century English cameo glass makers and focuses attention on the outstanding examples of their work in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass.5/5(3).
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[Albert Christian Revi; Corning Museum of Glass.]. By David Whitehouse With the help of dozens of illustrations, this small book celebrates the achievements of 19th-century English cameo glass makers and focuses attention on the outstanding examples of their work in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass.
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Nineteenth Century British Glass (Faber monographs on glass) Hardcover – August 1, Cited by: 2. With the help of dozens of illustrations, this small book celebrates the achievements of 19th-century English cameo glassmakers and focuses attention on the outstanding examples of their work in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass.
Revived in Britain in the late 19th century, Cameo technique was known to the Romans, and is seen the famous Portland Vase ( AD). Cameo glass is produced by creating an object with several layers, usually incorporating an opaque glass on a coloured ground with a matt finish, and then removing the outer layer by hand or wheel carving or etching, to reveal the opaque glass underneath.
Nineteenth-century English producers of true cameo glass include Thomas Webb and Sons and George Bacchus & Sons, although ceramic imitations made popular by Wedgwood's bi-colored "jasper ware", imitated by others from the late 18th century onward, are far more common.
Victorian English cameo glass Learn about Cameo Glass Cameo glass is produced by creating an object with several layers, usually incorporating an opaque glass on a coloured ground with a matt finish, and then removing the outer layer by hand or wheel carving or etching, to reveal the opaque glass.
During a auction presented by Woody Auctions, an English cameo art glass vase, measuring 9 1/2 inches, signed “G. Woodall ” sold for $, Changing Of Guard 4 The first of Thomas Webb’s sons to join the family business, Thomas Wilkes Webb, came on as a clerk in Get the best deals for english cameo at We have a great online selection at the lowest prices with Fast & Free shipping on many items.
A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass cameo scent bottle, possibly Thomas Webb & Sons, of spherical form with a collar neck and spherical stopper, cased in opal over deep cinnamon and cut 34 pins.
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Not only is the Portland vase the finest specimen of this craft, it is also a keystone in the history of cameo glass. It sparked the 19th-century revival that kept English and American kilns. A Thomas Webb English Cameo glass citron ground vase.
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Their Father died in and Thomas Wilkes Webb became head of the company. Thomas Webb & Sons became well known for their quality fine lead crystal glassware, and towards the end of the nineteenth century produced decorative glass such as Burmese, Alexandrite, Cameo and Satin glass.
Nineteenth century cameo glass. Newport, Eng: Ceramic Book Co. MLA Citation. Beard, Geoffrey. Nineteenth century cameo glass.
With a foreword by F. Barrington Haynes Ceramic Book Co Newport, Eng Australian/Harvard Citation. Beard, Geoffrey. Nineteenth century cameo glass. With a foreword by F. Barrington Haynes Ceramic Book Co. 19th century cameo | Etsy You searched for: 19th century cameo.
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$2, Type: Desk. Watch.Cameo Glass from the Early s. Most reproduction cameo glass produced in the early s was made by sandblasting.
The vast majority of vintage cameo glass made during the late 19th century through the early s was made by acid etching. In acid etching, the desired design is protected by a painted on resist, usually a thinned down tar.Born in Nancy, France, Emile Gallé () is considered by many to be the pre-eminent glassmaker of the late 19th and early 20th century.
The pieces produced by his eponymous company were famous for their beautiful forms, rich colour palettes and inspired decoration, often featuring popular Art Nouveau motifs relating to nature, botany.