This new edition of Newton and Davison's original book, Conservation of Glass, includes sections on the nature of glass, the historical development and technology of glassmaking, and the deterioration of glass. Professional conservators will welcome the inclusion of recommendations for examination and documentation. Incorporating treatment of both excavated glass and historic and decorative glass, the book provides the knowledge required by conservators and restorers and is invaluable for anyone with glass objects in their care.
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About the Author
Sandra Davison trained as an archaeological objects conservator at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, U.K. She has worked as a practising conservator for over thirty years, including 14 years at the British Museum. In private practice since 1984, Sandra has lectured and published widely, and taught glass restoration in many countries. In 1979 she was made a Fellow of the IIC, and in 2000 became an accredited member of the UKIC.
Table of ContentsIntroduction, The nature of glass, Historical development of glass, Technology of glass production (1 Methods and materials, 2 Furnaces and melting techniques), Deterioration of glass , Materials used for glass conservation, Technical examination of glass, Conservation and Restoration of glass (1 Excavated glass, 2 Historic and decorative glass), Sources of information, Glossary, Bibliography, Index.