2 edition of John Frederick Amelung, Maryland glassmaker found in the catalog.
John Frederick Amelung, Maryland glassmaker
Edward S. Delaplaine
|Statement||by Edward S. Delaplaine.|
|LC Classifications||NK5198.A44 D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||74031627|
Miniature sugar bowl, New Bremen Galssmanufactory of John Frederick Amelung, Frederick County, Maryland, Blown of colorless, non-lead glass with purple comb on . Book. English. Published New York: Harry N. Abrams, John Frederick Amelung, early American glassmaker Book. English. Published Corning: Corning Museum of Glass Press; London; Amelung, John Frederick (1) Art and Design (1) Brychtova Jaroslava Czechoslovakian glass .
Lanmon, Dwight P. 7 boxes. 1 flat file drawer. Organized into 5 series: I. Master's Thesis, II. John Frederick Amelung Glass Manufactory, III. Blown "Three-Mold" Vessel Analysis, IV. Billups Glass Coll. Kenneth M. Wilson, “Serendipity and an Amelung Tumbler,” Connecticut Historical Society Bulle no. 2 (): 39–40, fig. Dwight P. Lanmon and Arlene M. Palmer, “John Frederick Amelung and the New Bremen Glassmanufactory,” Journal of Glass Studies XVIII (): 58–59, no. 6, fig. 25a–c.
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Other articles where John Frederick Amelung is discussed: Amelung glass: to about by John Frederick Amelung, a native of Bremen in Germany. Financed by German and American promoters, Amelung founded the Maryland glassmaker book Bremen Glassmanufactory near Frederick, Md., U.S., and attempted to establish a self-sufficient community, importing glassworkers and other craftsmen from.
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This examination of John Frederick Amelu. Buy John Frederick Amelung, Maryland glassmaker, by Delaplaine, Edward S (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edward S Delaplaine. Inthe Corning Museum of Glass devoted it's entire issue of it's Journal of Glass Studies to the topic of John Frederick Amelung, an honor never awarded to any other glass-maker.
This volume is an updated version of that Journal issue and it examines Amelung's glass-making venture from four distinct vantage s: Ivor Hume, Dwight P. Lanmon, Arlene Schwind. John Frederick Amelung and the New Bremen Glassmanufactory / Dwight P.
Lanmom, Arlene Palmer Schwind --Archaeological excavations on the site of John Frederick Amelung's New Bremen Glassmanufactory, / Ivor Noël Hume --Chemical Analyses of Amelung John Frederick Amelung / Robert H. Brill, Victor F. Hanson. German glassmaker John Frederick Amelung opened a glasshouse in western Maryland inresponding to America’s desire for economic independence from Britain and the need to develop domestic manufactures.
Within a few years, he was producing a variety of window glass, bottles, and tableware at his New Bremen factory. American glass produced from to about by John Frederick Amelung, a native of Bremen in Germany.
Financed by German and American promoters, Amelung founded the New Bremen Glassmanufactory near Frederick, Md., U.S., and attempted to establish a self-sufficient community, importing glassworkers and other craftsmen from Germany.
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Made by John Frederick Amelung, New Bremen Glassmanufactory, Frederick, Maryland; about Nonlead glass. Height: 8” ( cm). German glassmaker John Frederick Amelung (/2–) opened a glasshouse in western Maryland inresponding to America's desire for economic independence from Britain and the need to develop domestic manufactures.
Within a few years, he was producing a variety of window glass, bottles, and tableware at his New Bremen factory. John Frederick Amelung, early American glassmaker / Dwight P. Lanmon, Arlene Palmer Schwind, Ivor Noël Hume, Robert H. Brill, Victor F. Hanson. John Frederick Amelung: Maryland glassmaker  Other number: 89 Collection: Printed Materials Collection Author: Delaplaine, Edward S.
(Edward Schley), Subjects: Amelung, John Frederick, or Published Date: People: Amelung, John Frederick, or. Buy John Frederick Amelung, Maryland glassmaker by Edward S.
Delaplaine online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now. New Bremen Glass Manufactory of John Frederick Amelung - In Conrad Foltz died, and during the winter of when the glassblowing year ended in May, George Kramer and Margaret Foltz sold the land, the glasshouse, the equipment, and the inventory to John Frederick Amelung.
Amelung, another German. John Frederick Amelung (–) was a German-American glass artist active in Maryland. Biography. He was born in the free city of Bremen in either or A glassmaker by trade, Amelung immigrated to the newly-formed United States in the late s, arriving in the state of Maryland.
John Frederick Amelung Early American Glassmaker by Dwight P. Lanmon, Arlene Schwind, Ivor Hume, Robert Brill, V. Hanson. Corning Museum of Glass. Hardcover. VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges.
Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamps.
Full text of "Amelung" See other formats Page 8 THE POST, Frederick, Maryland Saturday, Ap Amelung Glass Manufactory Considered Large Industry For Colonial Maryland By RALPH F.
MARTZ Bennett’s Creek has long been named after the Bennetts who settled in Prince George’s Coun- ty as early as John Frederick Amelung Early American Glassmaker: Lanmon, Dwight P., Schwind, Arlene, Hume, Ivor, Brill, Robert, Hanson, V.: Books - Edward S. Delaplaine, John Frederick Amelung: Maryland Glassmaker (Prepared from a series of articles appearing in the Freder9ck News-Post).
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We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.Owing to technical challenges and the expense of glassmaking, most window and table glass was imported fromhowever, Amelung, German entrepreneur and glassmaker, arrived in Maryland with skilled workmen, technical expertise, and financial backing from merchants in Bremen, the next decade, Amelung's New Bremen factory--perhaps the largest industrial .Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for John Frederick Amelung: Early American Glassmaker by Arlene P.
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