By Sandra Davison
Conservation and recovery of Glass is an in-depth consultant to the fabrics and practices required for the care and protection of glass items. It offers thorough assurance of either theoretical and functional facets of glass conservation.This re-creation of Newton and Davison's unique ebook, Conservation of Glass, comprises sections at the nature of glass, the ancient improvement and know-how of glassmaking, and the deterioration of glass. specialist conservators will welcome the inclusion of strategies for exam and documentation. Incorporating therapy of either excavated glass and old and ornamental glass, the ebook offers the data required through conservators and restorers and is beneficial for somebody with glass items of their care. * comprises either theoretical historical past and useful techniques, delivering a finished view of the topic* includes new hugely illustrated case stories* Concentrates on 2 and three dimensional glass item recovery
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The tide could not be entirely stemmed, and slowly but surely at other glassmaking centres throughout Europe the stylistic Venetian elements – the façon de Venise – were introduced by migrant workers from Venice itself, and from Altare near Genoa which was the traditional rival of Venice and where the glassmakers’ corporation had a deliberate policy of disseminating workers and techniques. The Italian knowledge thus spread throughout Europe, reaching Vienna in 1428, Sweden in the 1550s and England by 1570 at the latest, so that Venice lost its supremacy in the glassmaking industry.
This vessel, probably the Gagiana, was on its way from Venice to the Levant, when it sank off the Yugoslavian coast in 1585. The cargo included 648 round window panes, 170 mm, 185 mm and 205 mm in diameter, and 86 types of glass objects. These included goblets, flasks, vases, pitchers, large square plates and two types of mirror, squared and round, which were obviously of Venetian origin. Some objects were of very thin transparent glass with greyish, greenish or purplish tints. Many were decorated with vertical filaments or threads of white opaque glass.
Venetian merchants travelled the trade routes of the world, and in the course of their dealings with the Middle East they would have encountered Syrian and Mesopotamian glassmakers so that the best of Middle Eastern glass would have found its way back to Venice. During this period the trade in glassware, which of course had been taking place for some three millennia, started to be documented. Trade routes were established, for example, between Genoa and Syria, the Mediterranean countries and Asia as far east as China, and between Murano and Dubrovnik.
Conservation and Restoration of Glass, Second Edition by Sandra Davison