Published 1968 by Secretariat of Sub-Committee A 1, Institut national du verre, [bd Defontaine, 10] in Charleroi .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Other titles||Glastechnische woordenlijst.|
|Statement||Edited by Sub-Committee A 1 of the International Commission on Glass. Dutch version worked out by the Belgo-Dutch Group of Sub-Committee A 1.|
|Contributions||International Commission on Glass. Sub-committee A1.|
|LC Classifications||TP788 .D522|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||76469019|
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The book is of vital interest to all those working in the technical and commercial services of glass-making firms, in research laboratories and universities concerned with materials science, in all companies buying or selling glass under any : Hardcover.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Covers fields related to glass-making, including: raw materials and glass constituents; existing types of glass-melting furnace and processes; refractories; conditioning and feeding; and, hand and machine manufacturing of hollow, pressed and flat glass, optical glass, glass fibre and tubing.
An ok book of reference. Most illustrations are black and white. A reasonable companion book for someone learning about glass as a hobby/5(4). This short dictionary, originally published inis intended to help students and collectors of glass to understand some of the unfamiliar words that they may encounter in books, cata-logs, and museum labels.
it contains definitions of words and phrases that describe glassmakers’ materials, techniques, tools, and Size: 2MB. Acid-etched decoration is produced by covering the glass with an acid-resistant substance such as wax, through which the design is scratched.
The object is then immersed in hydrofluoric acid, or a mixture of dilute hydrofluoric acid and potassium fluoride is applied to etch the exposed areas of glass. Acid etching was first developed on a commercial scale by Richardson’s of Stourbridge, England, which registered. Note: "This book contains extensive quotations from Glass: apocket dictionary of terms commonly used to describeglass and glassmaking by David Whitehouse.” Klein, Dan and Lloyd, Ward, ed.
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With black and white illustrations of old advertising and photographs of rare and unusual examples of antique glassware, Wilson's book is a valuable resource of information for the novice or advanced.
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About the Author. Michael Johnston is a stained glass expert who has been perfecting his craft for more than two decades in the central Pennsylvania region, where he owns and operates Rainbow Vision Stained Glass.
He is an accomplished teacher of stained glass techniques and artistry for all /5(). An excerpt from Glass: A World History by Alan Macfarlane and Gerry Martin. Also available on web site: online catalogs, secure online ordering, excerpts from new books.
Sign up for email notification of new releases in your field. The density of glass is 2,–8, kg/m hardness on Mohs’ scale is –, the microhardness is 4–10 giga-newtons/m 2, and the modulus of elasticity is 50–85 giganewtons/ m ultimate strength of glass is –2 giganewtons/m 2 under compression, 30–90 meganewtons/m 2 under bending, and –2 kilonewtons/m 2 under shock bending.
Glass has a heat capacity of –1. Get this from a library. Dictionary of glass-making. Dictionnaire de verrerie. Glas-Fachwörterbuch. [International Commission on Glass. Sub-committee A1.;].
glassmaking is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as The manufacture of glass. An illustrated dictionary of glass / Harold Newman ; with an introductory survey of the history of glass-making by Robert J.
Charleston. Storm Glass is the first book in the Glass Series. This story is about Opal - a glass maker with magical abilities on her journey of discovery and it takes place years after novel Poison Study from the Study Series. Snyder has done it again. She captures you in her magical world and keeps you captivated.4/5.
Welcome to my dictionary of old occupations, jobs, archaic trades and similar historical terms. In the course of my research work as a family tree professional I naturally come across many historic records showing job titles, terms or occupations which are no longer in common use.
Get this from a library. An illustrated dictionary of glass: 2, entries including definitions of wares, materials, processes, forms and decorative styles, and entries on principal glass-makers, decorators, and designers from antiquity to the present.
[Harold Newman; R J Charleston]. A glossary of terms used in glass art. Abrasion, the technique of grinding shallow decoration with a wheel or some other device. The decorated areas are left unpolished. Ale glass, a type of English drinking glass for ale or beer.
Ale glasses, first made in the 17th century, have a tall and conical cup, a stem, and a foot. Ask a Glass Question Search or browse answers to glass-related questions by keyword or topic.
If you don't find what you're looking for, fill out the form below to send your question to Library staff. Glass and Glass Making in Ancient Mesopotamia: An Edition of the Cuneiform Texts Which Contain Instructions for Glassmakers With a Catalogue of Surv (The Corning Museum of Glass monographs).
hot glass dictionary. glass working terms. annealing oven the process of gradual cooling of the outside and the inside of the molten glass to assure that the glass won t cool to fast causing cracks or breaks.
assistant the glassworker that works directly for the gaffer. in some situations, there may be several assistants depending on the size of the project. An Illustrated Dictionary of Jewelry by Harold Newman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Warning message Important Note.
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Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The first recorded use of “glory hole” in glass blowing appears in an text called Curiosities of Glass Making by English Dictionary of Modern American questionable book, Author: Rhodes Murphy.
The history of glass is swathed in tales of mystery, secrecy and the quest for power. No one, of course, knows the first serendipitous event when fire and sand and just the right minerals combined to produce a viscous liquid that hardened into the fascinating and useful material that is essential to modern living.
The term millefiori is a combination of the Italian words “mille” (thousand) and “fiori” (flowers). Apsley Pellatt (in his book “Curiosities of Glass Making”) was the first to use the term “millefiori”, which appeared in the Oxford Dictionary in.
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The romance of old Sandwich glass, with dictionary of old Sandwich patterns, (Sandwich, Mass. [Sandwich Publishing Company, inc., ]), by Frank W. Chipman (page images at HathiTrust) Wonders of glass-making in all ages / (New York: Scribner, Armstrong, ), by A.
Sauzay (page images at HathiTrust) Ceramics for the table. glass-making n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (making of glassware) verrerie nf nom féminin: s'utilise avec les articles "la", "l'" (devant une voyelle ou un h muet), "une".
Ex: fille - nf > On dira "la fille" ou "une fille". Avec un nom féminin, l'adjectif s'accorde. En général, on ajoute un "e" à l'adjectif. Millefiori (Italian: [milleˈfjoːri]) is a glasswork technique which produces distinctive decorative patterns on glassware.
The term millefiori is a combination of the Italian words "mille" (thousand) and "fiori" (flowers). Apsley Pellatt in his book Curiosities of Glass Making was the first to use the term "millefiori", which appeared in the Oxford English Dictionary in ; prior to that.
Murano is a very special place that is well worth visiting, as this book shows. Included are beautiful photographs of glassmakers who still work in an atmosphere similiar to that of a medieval workshop but whose art today is a comb- ination and the text is written by a descendent of one of the oldest glass-making families of Murano.
Neither Gareth Roberts “Mirror of Alchemy” nor Lyndy Abraham’s “Dictionary of Alchemical Imagery” are forthcoming on this. —@fr_psnell Mirrors are one of the many things that alchemists made using their discoveries about the properties of metals and glass.
Making glass transparant was developed from Roman to Islamic times. Nov 4, - Explore mom's board "Mosaic birds", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Mosaic birds, Mosaic and Mosaic art pins. punty (plural punties) (glassblowing) A metal rod used in the glassblowing process.
After a glass vessel has been blown to approximate size and the bottom of the piece has been finalized, the rod, which is tipped with a wad of hot glass, is attached to .Florence Camm ( – ) was a British stained-glass artist, painter and metalworker associated with the Arts and Crafts and her brothers, Walter and Robert, took over the management of the family stained-glass business after her father, T.
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