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2 edition of The Wistarburgh glassworks found in the catalog.

The Wistarburgh glassworks

Arlene M. Palmer

The Wistarburgh glassworks

the beginning of Jersey glassmaking

by Arlene M. Palmer

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Published by Palmer] in [Alloway? N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wistar family,
  • Glass manufacture -- New Jersey -- Alloway -- History,
  • Glassware, Colonial -- New Jersey -- Alloway,
  • Glassware -- New Jersey -- Alloway -- History -- 18th century,
  • Alloway (N.J.) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arlene M. Palmer.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23254007M
    LC Control Number76373111

    The Spirit of the Jerseys Returns to Monmouth Battlefield! Experience five centuries of New Jersey’s history all in one place at the annual Spirit of the Jerseys State History Fair - a historical festival for all ages on Saturday, at Monmouth Battlefield State Park in . Book in a series 1. Hannah Barker, Newspapers, Politics, and Public Opinion in Late Eighteenth-Century England, Oxford Historical Monographs, ed. Robert R. Davies (Oxford, ).

    Explore the villages of southern Salem County, with stops in Friesburg to see the Phillip Fries House from the Federal period, in Daretown to see the Old Pittsgrove Presbyterian Church which celebrates its th anniversary this year, in Alloway to see the Wistarburgh Glassworks exhibit at the Alloway Museum, and in Salem to see two beautiful. The book covers the following Stanger (Stenger) family members:Adam, Catherine, Christine L. Sr., Daniel, Emil, Francis, Frederick, George and gives an inventory of his estate, Isabella, Jacob, Sr. and Jr., Julius, Lewis, Philip, Solomon and Solomon H., Sophia, Thomas and Thomas boro glass is well known as being a Stanger glassworks.A.

    and Helen McKearin in their book, American Glass. They divided flasks into 15 groups, including decorative, Masonic, historical and pictorial design categories. There is no other type of American blown-molded glass that is so rich in variety and color as flasks. These bottles were produced roughly between and mestic manufacturing. Wistarburgh represents one of the earliest American examples of the transformation of craft activity into industrial process. The glassworks is also equally, if not even more famous, to scholars of early technology and to antique collec-tors and connoisseurs of the decorative arts. While there were a few earlier attempts atAuthor: Richard Veit, David Orr.


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The Wistarburgh glassworks by Arlene M. Palmer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Wistarburgh glassworks near Alloway in Salem County, New Jersey, was the first successful glass factory in America. The works, opened in and operated until the Revolutionary War.

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This drinking glass has all of the traits of The Wistarburgh glassworks book manufactured sometime between and There is the usual gall (yellowy white substance) found around the pontils of Wistarburgh attributed color is yellow green and is a perfect match with other Wistarburgh glass in my glass is 3 and 5/8ths inches tall,2 and a.

The primary purpose of the Wistarburgh glassworks throughout its history was to create utilitarian objects needed in the daily lives of the colonists. These fall into two major categories: windowpanes and bottles and other containers.

By the time the glassworks was erected, window glass was in general use in the Middle Colonies. Princeton University Library One Washington Road Princeton, NJ USA () GLASS BOOKS RECOMMENDED This book replaces a small, out-of-print volume containing a selection of ancient Roman glass from the Museum’s collection.

It improves on that book by adding Islamic glass and new acquisitions while expanding greatly the chronological scope. The book is like a handbook to Corning’s archaeological glass collections of ancient glass.

The('s)Glass Recipts(Recipe) Book of Christian L Stanger. Christian L was the son of Christian Sr, who worked at both Wistarburgh(Alloway NJ) and Stiegel(Manheim PA) and was one of the glassblowing founders of Glassboro, NJ. in /5(2). Details about RARE Wistarburgh Glassworks: Beginning of New Jersey Glassmaking, RARE Wistarburgh Glassworks: Beginning of New Jersey Glassmaking, Item Information.

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The('s)Glass Recipts(Recipe) Book of Christian L Stanger. Christian L was the son of Christian Sr, who worked at both Wistarburgh(Alloway NJ) and Stiegel(Manheim PA).

Miniature Book about United States, probably NY, Corning Miniature Book Gift of John R. Hermann Overall H: cm, W: cm cutting Crystal City lead glass 2 Glass Bottles, Lamps & Other Objects A.

A catalogue of American antiques / Susan Ward. The Corning Museum of Glass is temporarily closed as we do our part to limit the spread of COVID All previously scheduled classes, events, and programs are cancelled until further notice.

Includes CMoG objects:p. [92] --p. [ German immigrant Soloman Stanger (–94) worked at Wistarburgh for several years before establishing his own glassworks eighteen miles away in Financial difficulties forced Stanger to sell the business after only a few years, but he and his descendants continued working in the area, while the community they founded became Glassboro.

Dale Murschell’s book on Wistarburgh glass discusses case gins made at this 17th century glassworks in New Jersey. As Dale states, Wistar advertised the form for sale and they were listed in his Will Inventory.

He shows many fragments and examples and discusses attributing form variants to the factory. The Wistars were successful until the hard times of the Revolutionary War damaged their business.

In they closed the glassworks. Image: Wine bottle, about Height cm., nonlead, blown, with applied seal Wistarburgh Glassworks, near Alloway, New Jersey.

Glass Books Recommended General: Newman-An Illustrated Dictionary of Glass, Harold Newman, Thames and Hudson Ltd, London. A must have reference book for scholars and researchers in the field of glass. American: Palmer-The Wistars and Their Glass, Arlene Palmer, Museum of American Glass at Wheaton Village A small catalogue of.

Glass factories were spread out in South Jersey, stretching as far as Salem County, NJ, the sight of the Wistarburgh Glass Factory in Alloway, NJ.

The Whitney Glassworks was the. Whiskey Bottles made at the Whitney Glassworks. Rick Grenda says these bottles were blown individually. - Explore kpucxe's board "Wistarburg" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Art object, Metropolitan museum and Museum.9 pins. Wistarburgh Glassworks The Wistarburgh Glassworks was in operation fromfounded by German immigrant Caspar Wistar and carried on by his son Richard until the end of the Revolution. The United Glass Company (Wistarburgh) was America's first successful glassworks.

It operated largely prior to the American Revolution. Glass made at the site can now be attributed to this factory because of analysis of alkali-lime glass shards from the glassworks site shows that green Wistarburgh bottle glass is much more calcic and is enriched in various.

Deed B Pagedated 11/30/, Salem County Courthouse Record Room. Wistarburgh Glassworks The Wistarburgh Glassworks was in operation fromfounded by German immigrant. The students will be able to identify the availability of natural resources and proximity to water as factors contributing to the selection of Alloway, NJ as the site for the Wistarburgh Glassworks, destined to become the first successful glass factory in North America.

Materials. Map from Gentleman’s Magazine, Vocabulary list.Manuscript Preparation And Style I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance is edited according to the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition (Chicago, ).

1. Manuscripts should be arranged in the following order: text, appendixes, notes, tables, figure Size: KB.the Wistarburgh Glassworks, Salem County, New Jersey, ca. Published by permission of Mr.

and Mrs. Lewis Rumford III; photo: Winter thur Museum. recorded about as being of Wistar manu facture. A colorless basket with identical bird finial is also believed to be a Wistarburgh product.

The baskets and candlesticks have.