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Scottish pewter-ware and pewterers.
L. Ingleby Wood
The "New" Pewter Marks and Old Pewter Ware Domestic and Ecclesiastical, Including Sections on the History of the Pewterer's Craft, Statutes, Ordinances, etc., relating to Pewterers from A.D. The manufacture and Composition of Pewter Ware as well as its Cleaning and Repairing. Scottish Pewter-ware And Pewterers. by Wood, L. Ingleby Seller Hurley Books The "New" Pewter Marks And Old Pewter Ware: Domestic And Ecclesiastical by Markham, C. A., Major Seller Hurley Books Published Want to know when Hurley Books adds new books to this category? Notify me. Hurley Books. Antiques & Collectables;.
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English pewter touchmarks, including the marks of origin of some of the Scottish and Irish pewterers by Radway Jackson, , Foulsham edition, in English. Scottish Pewter-Ware and Pewterers. Wood, l. Ingleby. Signed by Author(s) 1st Edition. AbeBooks, the AbeBooks logo, , "Passion for books." and "Passion for books. Books for your passion." are registered trademarks with the Registered US Patent & Trademark Office.
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Scottish Pewter Ware and Pewterers By L. Ingleby Wood: Scottish Pkwter Ware and Pewterers. By L. Inglcby Wood. xii. This is an admirable book of its kind, well arranged, and excellently illustrated. The subject has a peculiar interest as Scottish pewter-ware and pewterers.
book historical description of the rise and progress of an important industry, which, though now. Scottish Pewter-Ware and Pewterers on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Scottish Pewter-Ware and Pewterers: : Books Skip to main content. Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St.
and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact UsCited by: 1. Appendix A: Touches and marks to be found upon Scottish pewter-ware ; Appendix B: Freemen pewterers and apprentices ; Appendix C: List of Scottish pewter pieces in the principal museums of Scotland ; Appendix D: List of pewter plate belonging to the Episcopal Church in Scotland.
Other Titles: Scottish pewterware and pewterers: Responsibility. Scottish Pewter-ware And Pewterers. by Wood, L. Ingleby. Used; hardcover; Condition Good; Binding faded, extremities bumped.
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In the seventeenth century Scottish Church, pewter was used for communion bread plates and for wine cups, and basins for eighteenth century saw an enormous expansion in the requirement for ecclesiastical pewter, often as a result of schisms and subsequent unions within the Presbyterian s began to be used for the communion wine, initially based upon designs originating.
For most of the twentieth century, the standard work on Scottish pewter was L. Ingleby Wood’s seminal book, Scottish Pewter-ware and Pewterers.
Whilst Wood’s praiseworthy tome has been a key reference work sincethere has always remained much more to be said on the topic of pewter, and this new study goes some distance in advancing.
A book still very interesting today although written over a hundred years ago is SCOTTISH PEWTER-WARE AND PEWTERERS By L Ingleby Wood Here follow two extracts regarding Scottish. Peter Spencer Davies is the author of Scottish Pewter:published by Birlinn at £ Based on extensive research, this book describes in detail the characteristics of the metal, the ways in which it was fabricated, and the history of the pewterers’ craft, as revealed by.
To include V. Brett, Phaidon Guide to Pewter (); C. Montgomery, A History of American Pewter (); Pewterers' Company, Pewter: A Handbook of Selected Pieces (); L. Ingleby Wood, Scottish Pewter-Ware and Pewterers; A.
De Navarro, Causeries on English Pewter; J. Davis, Pewter at Colonial Williamsburg (); P. Hornsby, Pewter of the Western World, - (); H. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video.
An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Scottish pewter-ware and pewterers; Item Preview remove-circlePages: Ingleby-Wood, in “Scottish pewter-ware and pewterers”, dates the introduction of the Double Volute thumb-piece as c This is on p in the chapter “Tavern and other measures”.
He describes the thumb-piece thus: “This consisted of what may be termed two volutes or spirals separated in some cases by a triangular pattern, and. The book is lavishly illustrated with examples of every known type of pewter ware, together with the names, dates and marks of the pewterers in each of the burghs where pewter was made.
The book is fully referenced and has an extensive bibliography, and will be an indispensible resource for collectors, museums, antique dealers and fine art.
A book still very interesting today although written over a hundred years ago is SCOTTISH PEWTER-WARE AND PEWTERERS By L Ingleby Wood Here follow two extracts regarding Scottish Pewter Marks – Sizes might be slightly different to as stated in the last line on the above scanned page.
The Trades House Digital Library. For American pewter, the best guide to photographs of pewterers' marks is Ledlie Laughlin's three volumn, Pewter in America, Its Makers and Their Marks. However the last volume was published in Discoveries since have been published in the PCCA Bulletin, published twice a year.
Other sources for drawings of most of the American pewter marks are listed in the bibliography. Scottish Pewterware and Pewterers L. Ingleby Wood, A fine copy of a scarce antiquarian work and the former definative work on the subject which stood the test of time for years Written by young architect Lindsay Ingleby Wood on the history and collecting of Scottish pewter with individual plates illustrated by high definition Callotype images.
Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St. and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact Us. The only previous book on Scottish Pewter was Ingleby Wood’s seminal work ‘Scottish Pewter Wares and Pewterers, published in Since then further items have been identified, but even more has lain unrecognised in reserve collections of museums, in heritage centres and in municipal archives.
Soon after the first edition was published, the late Mr. L. Ingleby Wood brought out his masterly book on "Scottish Pewter Ware and Pewterers," and Mr. F. G. Hilton Price brought out, shortly before his death, a monograph on " Base Metal Spoons." Both these works are indispensable to the collector of : H.
J. L. J. Massé.Pewter, tin-based alloy used as a material from which domestic utensils were fashioned. A brief treatment of pewter follows. For full treatment, see metalwork: Pewter. The use of pewter dates back at least 2, years to Roman times.
Ancient pewter contained about 70 percent tin and 30 percent.