2 edition of Glass paperweights of the New York Historical Society.. found in the catalog.
Glass paperweights of the New York Historical Society..
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Among the rarest examples is a Baccarat garlanded engraved horse similar to the one sold by the New-York Historical Society at Sotheby's on Jan. 18, , in a sale which set the record. Important Paperweights: The Property of the New-York Historical Society () lot ; BIB# Story of Glass Coloring Book () illustrated, p. 38, 2nd row, center; BIB# Paperweights: Flowers Which Clothe the Meadows () illustrated, pp. 98, , #; BIB#
Paperweights continued to be produced in the twentieth century. Baccarat and Saint Louis continue to produce elegant weights reminiscent of the Classic Period, as well as modern designs. American glass companies and glass artists also continue creating paperweights in the traditional styles and create new traditions of their own. Copyright © Paperweight Collectors Association, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All photographs on this website are credited to PCA with the suppliers permission.
Information or research assistance regarding glass paperweights is frequently requested from the Smithsonian Institution. The following information has been prepared to assist those interested in this topic. Casper, Geraldine J. Glass Paperweights of the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum. Richmond, VA: . This is the same collection as the one described in the book "Glass Paperweights of the New-York Historical Historical Society" by Paul Hollister (). 8 1/2" by 10 1/2". pages. As an aside, I personally had the privilege to visit this collection when it was housed at the Historical Society.
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Flyleaf: “This book is a catalogue raisonné of the paperweight collections given to The New-York Historical Society by Mrs. Macdonald Sinclair, Mr. Edwin Waitstill Orvis, and Mrs.
Insley Blair. Of these the world-renowned Sinclair collection, comprising paperweights and related glass, ranks as one of the great paperweight collections. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Glass Paperweights of the New-York Historical Society by New-York Historical Society and Paul M.
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Glass Paperweights of 5/5(1). Do you have a paperweight, glass or other material, in your home. Do you use a paperweight. I was on the phone with my sister and asking her if anyone still uses paperweights.
She told me I had the New York Historical Society book on glass paperweights in my house. She was right. Lead glass paperweight of flattened spherical shape enclosing sulphide profile portrait of George Washington above a deep cobalt blue over white ground. Gallery Label: This paperweight was made either by Baccharat or Clichy (see "Glass Paperweights of the New-York Historical Society," p.
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The New‐York Historical Society's collection of paperweights, one of the finest and largest in any public museum, is, thanks to Mr.
Hollister's efforts over the last nine years, going on view. New-York Historical Society. Glass paperweights of the New-York Historical Society. New York: C.N. Potter: Distributed by Crown,  (OCoLC) Named Person: Glas: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul M Hollister; Herman Landshoff; New-York Historical Society.
This is the same collection as the one described in the book "Glass Paperweights of the New-York Historical Historical Society" by Paul Hollister (). 8 1/2" by 10 1/2". pages. Available soft bound and also in a limited edition hard bound printing.
Click on the picture to see an example of one of the 12 full page closeups. : Glass Paperweights of the New-York Historical Society () by Paul Hollister and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.5/5(1).
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important paperweights - the property of the new-york historical society janu sotheby's. All About Paperweights, Selman, Lawrence H. Santa Cruz, Calif.: Paperweight Press, American Glass Paperweights, Smith, Francis ton, MA: The Antique Press, (This is the first modern era book on paperweights published in the U.S., one year before Evangeline Bergstrom’s landmark publication Old Glass Paperweights).
A paperweight is a small solid object heavy enough (usually a glass marble), when placed on top of papers, to keep them from blowing away in a breeze or from moving under the strokes of a painting brush (as with Japanese calligraphy).While any object (like a stone) can serve as a paperweight, decorative paperweights of glass are produced, either by individual artisans or factories, usually in.
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The paperweights include pieces by Baccarat, Saint Louis, Clichy, Sandwich, Millville, and other makers. The Jennie H. Sinclair Collection: The New. York Historical Society’s collection of glass paperweights is made up of pieces given by Edwin Waitstill Orvis inMr.
and Mrs. Insley Blair inand Mrs. Jennie Sinclair in. Glass Paperweights of the New-York Historical Society. Scope and Contents Note. Includes index cards with descriptive information for the illustrations, glossary, etc.
from the book. circa Volume: RG Volume: American Landscape and Genre Paintings in the .Glassdoor has 58 New York Historical Society reviews submitted anonymously by New York Historical Society employees. Read employee reviews and ratings on Glassdoor to decide if New York Historical Society is right for you.5/5(43).The New England Glass Company also made blown fruit weights, and a few New Jersey craftsmen are credited with making floral weights.
Modern paperweights reflect the mastery of earlier techniques. Glass artists continue to search for new expression within this form [Megaplanet, ].