A history of glassmaking in London and its development on the Thames south bank / David C. Watts.

A history of glassmaking in London and its development on the Thames south bank / David C. Watts.

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Watts, D. C.
[Barnet, UK] : Watts Pub., c2009.
166 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 30 cm.
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"This book is an historical travelogue tracing what is known about London's numerous glasshouses, who ran them, what they made, where they were located and what has happened to the sites today"--P. [4] of cover.
Errata slip inserted at p. 36.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 158) and index.
Southward and the first connections with glass --
Medieval Southwark --
The Southwark school of glass painters --
The first glassmakers --
From Verzelini to patents of privilege --
The glassmaking process --
Edward Lord Zouche and glassmaking with coal --
Sir Robert Mansell's glassmaking monopoly 1615-1642 --
Greenwich glasshouses --
Woolwich glasshouse and the Henzeys in Ireland --
The Winchester House glasshouses --
John Bowles and the Vauxhall glasshouses --
Bear Gardens glasshouses: crown window glass --
Pike Green glasshouse: lighting London --
Savoy glasshouses and the invention of lead crystal --
Stony Street glasshouses --
Falcon and Gravel Lane glasshouses --
Kings Arms Stairs glasshouse --
Salisbury Court, Whitefriars and Blackfriars glasshouses --
Goodman's Yard, Saltpetre Bank and Red Maid Lane --
Glass House Fields.
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Includes CMoG object: 86.2.42, p. 123.