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Spring Lecture 2010


 

Charles Hajdamach

Engraving & cutting

by 20th century British glass designers.

The Art Workers Guild

6 QUEEN SQUARE

LONDON  WC1N 3AR

SATURDAY 12th June 

2.30pm

 

Fellow of the Society of Glass Technology and co-founder of the Glass Association, Charles is probably the country's leading authority on glass - his two books, ‘British Glass 1800-1914' and '20th. Century British Glass' being considered definitive works on the subject. He writes, researches, and lectures around the world. He was director of Broadfield House for 23 years and in that capacity built it up to the excellent museum we know today  by amalgamating several smaller collections, then building up a substantial body of contemporary work.

This lecture will be focusing particularly on several designers who were engravers, but not immediately known for that aspect of their work. There will be a copy of his latest book available to view, so that people can get an idea of the extensive contents before they purchase. We will have some copies for sale although as it is a large and substantial work people may prefer to order it, details will be available


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SPRING LECTURE TICKET    ORDER FORM   to the Secretary, 87 Nether Street, London N12 7NP

 

    Please send me . . . . . . tickets at £10.00 each, GGE members  (to include light refreshments)

Please send me . . . . . . tickets at £12.00 each non members   (to include light refreshments) for the Spring Lecture at The Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AR    Saturday 12th June                

TOTAL £………………………………………………………

 Please make cheques payable to the Guild of Glass Engravers and enclose an SAE

or collect your prepaid tickets at the door

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