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MRS GRAYDON-STANNUS. 1920. Old Irish Glass. REGINALD C. GRUNDY (Ed.), The Connoisseur Series of Books for CollectorsUK: The Connoisseur Duncan 012937 
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Resource type: Book
ID no. (ISBN etc.): Duncan 012937
BibTeX citation key: MrsGraydonStannus1920
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Categories: Drinkware, General (Europe)
Keywords: Controversial, Cut Glass, Eire, Engraved Glass, Fakes, Gray-Stan, Ireland, Irish
Creators: Mrs Graydon-Stannus, Grundy
Publisher: The Connoisseur (UK)
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Abstract     
An infamous book, the library copy at Oxford University bears a label stating: Use with caution, contains many factual errors. The author was an antique glass dealer and at the time of the scandal denied wrongdoing but admitted to owning old Irish glass moulds. There was much speculation that she had some antique glasses with engravings in the old style. She was reputed to have a glassworks in France producing Lalique type glass and from 1925-36 set up and ran a glassworks in Battersea, London, known as Gray-Stan producing original designs.

Nonetheless, a delightful small book to read.

115 pages b/w line.

Duncan Number: 12937. Editions/printings: 1921 revised edition 118 pages 60 b/w. US edition Frederick A. Stokes Company believed 1921.


  
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