The American Cut Glass Industry

The American Cut Glass Industry

The purpose of this book is to present new information about the late 19th & early 20th century cut glass industry in Corning, New York.

Author: Jane Shadel Spillman

Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Dist

ISBN: UOM:39015041047716

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 320

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The purpose of this book is to present new information about the late 19th & early 20th century cut glass industry in Corning, New York. The book focuses on T. G. Hawkes & Co because of the recent discovery of the latter's archival materials, 1880-1890.
Categories: Antiques & Collectibles

The Complete Cut and Engraved Glass of Corning

The Complete Cut and Engraved Glass of Corning

In July , 612 pieces valued at $ 6,000 were shipped to Paris , and T. G. Hawkes
won an award . The local newspaper story ( Journal , October 3 ) exaggerated
the number of competitors , but not the importance to American industry of the ...

Author: Estelle F. Sinclaire

Publisher: Syracuse University Press

ISBN: 0815604548

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 364

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Invaluable for the collector, curator, and dealer alike, The Complete Cut & Engraved Glass of Corning bring to the field of glass collecting a rich storehouse of detailed information from unpublished original catalog material in the Corning archives, including log-lost pattern identification.
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Imagining Consumers

Imagining Consumers

On Hawkes's background, see Jane Shadel Spillman, The American Cut Glass
Industry: T. G. Hawkes and His Competitors (Woodbridge, England: Antique
Collectors' Club, 1996). 25. “Cutting and Engraving Glass,” CGJ 27 (Jan. 11,
1883): 21 ...

Author: Regina Lee Blaszczyk

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421437255

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 408

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Case studies illuminate decision making in key firms—including the Homer Laughlin China Company, the Kohler Company, and Corning Glass Works—and consider the design and development of ubiquitous lines such as Fiesta tableware and Pyrex Ovenware.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Rich Cut Glass of Charles Guernsey Tuthill

The Rich Cut Glass of Charles Guernsey Tuthill

The American Cut Glass Industry , T. G. Hawkes and His Competitors .
Woodbridge , Suffolk , England : Antique Collectors ' Club in association with the
Corning Museum Glass , 1996 . Glass from World's Fairs 1851-1904 . Corning ,
N.Y .

Author: Maurice Crofford

Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

ISBN: 1585441481

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 211

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"In this detailed narrative of the business Tuthill founded, the patterns he created, the techniques he used, and the other artisans and consumers he knew, Maurice Crofford has written the story of an earlier, more elegant and leisurely era. For those knowledgeable about cut glass, the development of the forms will be instructive; for others, who simply appreciate the beauty of the glass, the numerous black and white photographs will appeal. Beyond both of those dimensions, however, Crofford provides a fascinating insight into the ways industrialization and mass production and, more especially, the automobile, changed forever the ways upper-class Americans lived, entertained, and displayed their good fortune. In Tuthill's career, moreover, Crofford finds an example of American ingenuity and creative genius in responding to changing times."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: Crafts & Hobbies

The Magazine Antiques

The Magazine Antiques

Regular price $ 69.50 SALE $ 64 Metalwork in Early America : Copper and its
Alloys from the Winterthur Collection By ... 64 The American Cut Glass Industry :
T.G. Hawkes and his Competitors By Jane Shadel Spillman ( Antique Collectors ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105017137170

Category: Antiques

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Categories: Antiques

Library Journal

Library Journal

Bryant , “ Lirbrary Journal ” The American Cut Glass Industry : Williams , Peter W.
Houses of God : T.G. Hawkes and His Competitors . Region , Religion , and
Architecture Spike , John T. Fra Angelico . Antique Collectors ' Club in assoc with
in ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015082964589

Category: Libraries

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
Categories: Libraries

Journal of Glass Studies

Journal of Glass Studies

T. G. Hawkes died in 1913 , and his son , Samuel , succeeded him as the firm's
president . ... Hawkes , like many other American manufacturers of fine cut glass ,
was undoubtedly suffering from shortages of blanks , a situation exacerbated by ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105133535828

Category: Glass manufacture

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Categories: Glass manufacture

The Pottery Glass Salesman

The Pottery   Glass Salesman

H. N. Johnson , who travels for T. G. Hawkes & Co. , cut - glass manufacturers , of
Corning , N. Y. , has been calling on the ... What with The forty - sixth annual
convention of the American Flint Glass Wo : kers ' Union , people just getting back
 ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433090817606

Category: Brass industry and trade

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Categories: Brass industry and trade

Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass

Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass

Hawkes also owned and ran T. G. Hawkes & Company , the largest glass cutting
firm in the Corning area , and since its inception in 1880 ... The Steuben Glass
Works , incorporated on March 11 at Albany , N. Y. , intend to make a new
departure in American cut glassware . ... and engraving , and remarked that this
business was slowly being taken away from the English glass industry by the
Americans .

Author: Thomas P. Dimitroff

Publisher: Schiffer Book for Collectors

ISBN: PSU:000043922505

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 333

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This study of Frederick Carder's contributions to the Steuben Glass Works (which he co-founded in 1903) and the works he produced in glass are presented with over 760 photographs and 450 line drawings, the majority from the Rockwell collections. Reference material and photographs never before in print are provided. A section valuable to all collectors discusses aspects of identification and evaluation--signatures, relative rarity, and dating.
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American Glass Review

American Glass Review

AMERICAN GLASS REVIEW 7 Do With Empty Bottles ut , the GBBA Learns ...
The first melting operations began at the plant on the fourth of this month ,
according to Factory Manager D. L. McClure , when a marble furnace went into
operation . ... Florida Museum of Hobbies Receives Crystal Exhibit from T. G.
Hawkes of Corning T. G. Hawkes & Company of Corning , N. Y. , has presented ...
Another piece is a plate cut in the chrysanthemum design , a winner of the grand
prize at Paris ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112008745793

Category: Glassworkers

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Categories: Glassworkers

Ceramic Industry

Ceramic Industry

Birdseye View of American Refractories Co. ... The Evansville plant is one of the
leading manufacturing concerns of that city. ... T. G. Hawkes & Co., glass
manufacturers, Corning, N. Y., has in his large collection of cut glassware two
bottles of ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105027495931

Category: Ceramics

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Categories: Ceramics

The American Flint

The American Flint

About day some few of those prejudiced peothis time T. G. Hawkes & Co.
exhibited ple are unwilling to acknowledge their at ... This put new life about 45
cut glass manufacturers eminto the American cut glass industry , and ploying less
than ...

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ISBN: UCAL:$B661142

Category: Glassworkers

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Categories: Glassworkers

Studies in Material Culture Research

Studies in Material Culture Research

The Acorn , Journal of The Sandwich Glass Museum 3 : 3-10 . The American Cut
Glass Industry : T. G. Hawkes and His Competitors . Antique Collector's Club ,
Woodbridge , Suffolk , England . The New England Glass Company Catalog of ...

Author: Society for Historical Archaeology

Publisher: Tucson, AZ : Society for Historical Archaeology

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111563503

Category: Antiquities

Page: 258

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Categories: Antiquities

American Brilliant Cut Glass

American Brilliant Cut Glass

During the 1890s a number of wholesale and retail dealers continued to sell
American cut glass as cut glass imported from England or ... In 1893 , to combat
such gross misrepresentation , American glass manufacturers began an
extensive advertising campaign to ... In 1889 , T. G. Hawkes and Company won
the Grand Prize at the Paris Exposition for their Grecian and Chrysanthemum
patterns ( Ill . 1 ) .

Author: Bill Boggess

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: UCSD:31822012035101

Category: Cut glass

Page: 183

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Advice on identifying and evaluating old cut glass accompanies illustrations and descriptions of more than six hundred pieces from the Brilliant period.
Categories: Cut glass

The Encyclopedia Americana

The Encyclopedia Americana

Plate of brilliant cut lead glass in the " Russian pattern , " by T. G. Hawkes and Co
. ... The first glass factory in North America was formed by the London Company
in Jamestown , Virginia , in 1608 to take advantage of the abundant local raw ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015016427026

Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

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Categories: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Proceedings of the International Convention

Proceedings of the     International Convention

American Flint Glass Workers' Union ... Western Glass Company , Inc. , Caney ,
Kas . ... 3 - RC - 1677 The T. G. Hawkes & Company , manufacturers of high
quality engraved and cut glassware , operated independent of the union for many
 ...

Author: American Flint Glass Workers' Union

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3974005

Category: Glassworkers

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Categories: Glassworkers

A Connoisseur s Guide to Antique Glass

A Connoisseur s Guide to Antique Glass

GLASS Above: A plate cut in what was known as the Russian pattern by T. G.
Hawkes and Company, New York 1906. ... It is not surprising that this era in glass
is known as the Brilliant Period of American glass, though the taste for cut glass
was universal. The various levels of the glass industry were obliged to co-exist.

Author: Ronald Pearsall

Publisher: Todtri Book Pub

ISBN: 1577171535

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 128

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Over 100 illustrations. Glass is a part of our everyday lives, and it has graced tables and ornamented living spaces since the days of ancient Egypt. Here is a handy and well-informed work, offering an education in antique glass for anyone interested in collecting a very special kind of object. Whether your interest lies in collecting glass pieces dating back to antiquity or in examples from only a generation ago, this beautifully illustrated guide will help you to find and recognize desirable additions to your collection. Some of the areas of collecting covered in this comprehensive guide are early glass, Renaissance and Baroque glass, drinking glasses, bottles and baubles, Art Nouveau glass, American glass, and modern glass. This great variety of objects is lavishly displayed in over 100 full-color photographs.
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ARLIS NA Update

ARLIS NA Update

First Class US Postage PAID Permit # 1719 Raleigh , NC Art Libraries Society of
North America 4101 Lake Boone Trail ... 1 85149 247 X $ 49.50 hc The American
Cut Glass Industry T.G. Hawkes and His Competitors Jane Shadel Spillman ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00725800X

Category: Art libraries

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Categories: Art libraries

American Wine Society Journal

American Wine Society Journal

Wine At Table In Victorian America 1 Diagnosis of Mistakes in Winemaking. by
Elizabeth Lincoln All photos ... Bottom row : cut glass wine glass , "
Chrysanthemum " pattern , T.G. Hawkes & Company , Corning , NY , ca. 1900 ;
cut glass wine ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924077262909

Category: Wine and wine making

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Categories: Wine and wine making