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MARTINE S. NEWBY & SIMON COTTLE. 2003. From Palace to Parlour: A celebration of 19th Century British Glass. UK: The Glass Circle 
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Resource type: Book
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Categories: Exhibition Catalogues, General (Europe)
Keywords: 1800s, 1890s, Apsley Pellatt, Bacchus, Bristol, Burtles Tate, Cameo, Christopher Dresser, Cut Glass, Davidson, Enamelled, England, engraved, Frederick Kny, Henry Greener, Henry Ricketts, Heppell, Isaac Jacobs, James Powell, John Davenport, John Derbyshire, John Ford, John Walsh Walsh, Jules Barbe, Locke, Molineaux Webb, Nailsea, Northwood, Osler, Percival Vickers, Perrin Geddes & Co., Richardson, Scotland, Sowerby, Stevens and Williams, Sulphide, Thomas Hawkes, Thomas Kidd, Thomas Webb, Varnish & Co., William Collins, William Fritsche
Creators: Cottle, Newby
Publisher: The Glass Circle (UK)
Views: 12/620
Views index: 38%
Popularity index: 9.5%
An exhibition at the Wallace Collection, London.

Intoduction by Cottle.

Included: Perrin Geddes & Co. , Apsley Pellatt, Thomas Hawkes, Cut Glass, Engraved, Enamelled, Sulphide, William Collins, Isaac Jacobs, Bristol, Richardson, Bacchus, Jules Barbe, Thomas Webb, James Powell, John Walsh Walsh, Christopher Dresser, John Derbyshire, John Ford, Heppell, Henry Greener, Sowerby, Thomas Kidd, Osler, Northwood, Locke,  Frederick Kny, William Fritsche, Henry Ricketts, Nailsea, Stevens and Williams, Molineaux Webb, Percival Vickers, Davidson, Varnish & Co.,Burtles Tate, John Davenport,  Cameo,

More VERY luscious pieces of glass in the trade adverts at the end of the catalogue.

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