The Scottish Glass Industry 1610-1750: "to Serve the Whole Nation with Glass"
Society Antiquaries Scotland, 2001 - 313 pagina's
Glassmaking was one of the earliest manufacturing industries to be set up in Scotland, but one about which little information has been published. This monograph aims to rectify that situation by documenting the early days of Scottish glass production from the granting of the first patent in 1610 up to the mid-18th century.
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The foundation of the Scottish glass industry the Hay patent 58
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
17th century agreement Andrew Hutchinson appears ashes Balfour batch bottles Burgh capital Chapter clay Clerk co-partners co-partnership coal crown glass crucibles dated described dozen drinking-glasses Earl Edinburgh England evidence exported Glasgow glass furnace glass production glasshouse glassmakers glassworks glassworks at Morison's glazier Godfrey harbour Haughton Green Hay's ibid illus imported investment involved John John Scarlett kelp Kinnoull Kirkcaldy lease Leith glassworks letter Loch Maree London Lord Mansell's Morison's Haven Morison's Haven glassworks Newcastle North Leith operating papers Parliament partners patent payment petition Port Seton Port Seton glassworks pots Prestongrange Prestonpans Privy Council raw materials records Register Robert Mansell Robert Pape Scotland Scots Scott Scottish glass industry shareholders Sir George Hay Sir James Standsfield Sir Robert Mansell sterling Thomas trade Tranent Vernatti vials Visitella Wemyss Westpans William Morison window glass wine workforce workmen York Buildings Company