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Conservation of plain glass.

G. R. Collins

Conservation of plain glass.

by G. R. Collins

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Published by Oxford Brookes University in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Sc.) - Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, 1993.

ContributionsOxford Brookes University. School of Planning., University of Oxford. Department for Continuing Education.
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Open LibraryOL20050448M

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Buy Conservation of Glass (Conservation and Museology) 2nd Revised edition by Davison, Sandra, Newton, Roy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).   Plate () This ancient Roman plate was one of the hundreds of objects that were restored shortly after the flood (read more about the flood in a blog post and in this article) which submerged the museum in more than 5 feet of muddy the time, the Museum didn’t have a conservation department (it was created in the aftermath of the flood .

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By Stephen P. Koob This book is designed to aid conservators in understanding the materials used in the conservation and restoration of glass objects. Principles and methods involved in the cleaning and restoration of historical and archaeological glass objects are addressed, including aspects of deterioration, the ethics and aesthetics of Cited by: Conservation Clear® Glass This ultra protective glass is a staple for custom framing – it’s tried and true, standing the test of time, safeguarding the personal mementoes and works of art on consumers walls everyday for years to come.

Conservation Reflection Control® Glass This ultra protective glass scatters and diffused light to reduce unwanted glare and helps to protect against UV damage. 99% UV Protection. Steve Clare has worked in stained glass for 31 years.

An active liveryman and trustee of The Glaziers Trust, he is also a fully accredited conservator within Icon (the Institute for Conservation), a fellow of the British Society of Master Glass Painters, 5/5(6).

The Conservation Department is responsible for the physical care of the glass collections and of glass-related objects, and advises on exhibition and storage conditions for the glass collection and objects loaned from the Museum for exhibition.

'It is without question a must for people interested in the art of glass conservation' Stained Glass Quarterly 'this book provides some extremely useful information and will be of greatassistance to Professional Stained Glass '. a definitive text a delightful book to possess'. The conservation and restoration of books, manuscripts, documents and ephemera is an activity dedicated to the preservation and protection of items of historical and personal value made primarily from paper, parchment, and applied to cultural heritage conservation activities are generally undertaken by a primary goal of conservation is to.

This book focuses on the chemicals used for conservation and restoration of various artefacts in artwork and archaeology, as well as special applications of these materials.

Also the methods used, both methods for cleaning, conservation and restoration, as well as methods for the analysis of the state of the respective artefacts. Part 2, furnaces and melting techniques / Roy Newton and Sandra Davison --Deterioration of glass / Roy Newton --Materials used for glass conservation / Velson Horie --Technical examination of glass / Roy Newton --Conservation of glass: part 1, archaeological and decorative glass / Janey M.

Cronyn and Sandra Davison. Part 2, architectural glass. The practice of conservation-restoration. Conservation-restoration is the practice of cleaning and discovering the original state of an object, investigating the proper treatments and applying those treatments to restore the object to its original state without permanently altering the object, and then preserving the object to prevent further deterioration for generations to come (Caple, p.

Science for Architectural Conservation, starting a book with a chapter that is essentially chemistry did not appear to be the best way to encourage a reader to advance further.

2 Lectures on Materials Science for Architectural Conservation. Conservation glass is clear glass (preferably float glass) to which an ultraviolet (UV) inhibiting film has been applied. Conservation glass blocks about 97 percent of the UV rays, compared to 46 to 50 percent blocked by regular clear and non-glare glass.

Types of plain glass (feature). 11 Window colour (feature) Heritage at Risk campaign on conservation areas also raised the loss of traditional windows as a cause for concern, stating that unsympathetic replacement of windows and doors represented the. Conservation UV acrylic is more expensive than conservation UV glass.

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Norman Tennent is the author of The Conservation of Glass and Ceramics ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), The Islands Of Scotland (0 4/5(1). Conservation Clear Product Reference Code: GL50 This ultra protective glass is a staple for custom framing – it’s tried and true, standing the test of time, safeguarding the personal mementoes and works of art on consumers walls everyday for years to come by slowing the rate of deterioration from UV rays.

conservation needs, and the second and third sections of the book look at these in detail. In this fi rst section, the aspects of conservation common to both types of glazing are discussed.

The fi rst chapter includes a history of architectural glass manufacture, showing how this has led to changes in glazing technology. Common problems. The composition of glass can affect its durability: there may be physical impurities in the glass body.

Weaknesses can develop during the annealing process in the form of cracks in the glass (annealing is the controlled cooling of the hot glass which allows all parts of the object to cool at an even rate avoiding any stresses). Glazing repairs to all plain windows by MDS. Lincoln Castle Bath House.

Renovation and resizing of plain glazing by MDS. Badsworth Parish Church, near Wakefield. Conservation and releading by MDS of an stained glass window by John Hardman Studios, Birmingham.

Conservation Projects at Chesterfield Parish Church. Book Description. Glass and Glazing looks at the conservation of one of the most important building materials, and its use in windows, roofing and walling. It considers the technological evolution of glass and glazing systems, the processes causing deterioration, and the practical application and long-term implications of common conservation materials and methods, as.

Artifacts Ceramics and Glass Caring for Your Ceramics and Glass Objects. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.

This guide is one of almost a dozen summary resources on the care of family heirlooms and works of art made available by AIC, a national membership organization for conservation professionals.Tennent, Norman H.

and Stephen P. Koob, “An assessment of polymers used in conservation treatments at the Corning Museum of Glass” in Glass & Ceramics ConservationPapers presented at the Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Glass & Ceramics Working Group, October, editorial coordinator H.

Roemich, Corning, New York, pp. In some cases, there is an actual separation of layers of glass from the body. Fortunately, these problems are not commonly encountered in glass manufactured in the 18th century and later. Pearson (b, d) discusses glass deterioration and .