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ARNOLD FLEMING. 1938. Scottish and Jacobite Glass. UK: Jackson & Son, Glasgow, Scotland 0715812076 Duncan 004283 
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Resource type: Book
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0715812076 Duncan 004283
BibTeX citation key: Fleming1938
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Categories: General (Europe)
Keywords: 1600s, 1700s, 1800s, 1890s, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, Alloa, Bottleworks, British, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, History, Jacobite, Moncrieff, Perth, Scotland, Stained Glass
Creators: Fleming
Publisher: Jackson & Son, Glasgow, Scotland (UK)
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Abstract     
Contents include: Stained glass, East Coast Glassworks, Edinburgh and Leith, Perth Alloa and Dundee, West of Scotland, Glasgow Bottlehouse. Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, Ayrshire, Jacobite Period. Spectacles, Quaichs, Toddy lifter, Decanters, Rupert’s Drops, David Dale, St. Rollox, Verreville Glassworks, Friggers. 196 pages b/w. Foreword by Alexander O. Curle.

Duncan Number: 4283.

Editions/printings: EP Publishing, UK 1977.


  
Notes     
While apparently a scholarly work, there is some doubt as to accuracy because the article on Moncrieff is a copy of a speech given by the owners wife, but here the dates are changed to match the books publication date leading to mis-information on the output of Monart glass. Additionally an illustration of glassware attributed to Moncrieff is in fact a page from an Edinburgh & Leith catalogue. (Frank Andrews 2010)
  
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