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Links: Collectors Clubs
Useful Links to the Websites of glass collectors clubs and organisations.
If you are interested in glass and glassmaking
the Glass Association has the
wide-ranging expertise and fellowship that you need.
The Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass
is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is
to further the development and appreciation of art made from glass.
The Alliance informs collectors, critics and curators by encouraging and supporting museum exhibitions, university departments and specialized teaching programs, regional collector groups, visits to private collections, and public seminars.
The Glass Engravers Guild aims to promote
the highest standards of creative design
and craftsmanship. The Guild also acts as a forum for the discussion of engraving
techniques and developments from around the world. They also provide the general
public with information on all aspects of glass engraving, and offer advice for those
people interested in commissioning artworks.
The Glass Circle is an organisation dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of glass. Articles on the Website cover all areas of glassware, including the archeological, artistic and historical issues relevant to its production.
The Friends of Broadfield House Glass Museum was set up by a group of glass enthusiasts in order to support the interests of Broadfield House Glass Museum.
A new database driven site for collectors
of Whitefriars. The site includes hundreds of examples of glass, with
articles on the history of the factory.
The Website also offers a free appraisal service.
The Fairy Lamp Club is dedicated to the research and advancement of information related to Victorian and contemporary fairy lamps. The membership includes many collectors who have dedicated many years to researching and collecting. They are an invaluable source of information and share their experience freely with other Club members through their contributions to the Fairy Lamp Newsletter.
Specialist club for collectors of Isle of Wight Studio Glass.
Within this Website you will find a host of information dealing not only with the club itself but also the history of pressed glass production, information about manufacturers and their products, guides to identification and much more.
The National American Glass Club is an international organisation for those interested in the study and appreciation of glass.
This collectors group aims to provide a forum for paperweight enthusiasts to meet and discuss their mutual hobby, and to encourage and support the activities of the artists and craftsmen who are developing and improving this art form.
The Glass Art Society is a professional
organization dedicated to promoting the
appreciation and development of the glass arts, as well as providing support for the
worldwide community of artists who work with glass. The site features links to various galleries and artists, and features details of exhibitions organised by the society.
This is a website dedicated to followers of Rene Lalique's masterworks in car mascot & paperweight creations from the inter-war period to the present time.
- Glass Dealers, Shops & Galleries (17)
- Glass Museums (3)
- Glass Makers & Artists (15)
- Research & Identification Resources (6)
- Auctioneers (3)
- General Antiques (2)
- General Arts & Crafts (7)
- Other Interesting Sites (1)
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