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London Lampworkers: Pirelli, Bimini and Komaromy Glass: Your Guide to Pirelli, Komaromy and Bimini Glass. Book 1 of a four part trilogy. (Volume 1) Paperback – March 6, 2013
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Angela settled in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand in 1989 and nowadays she researches and writes books about glass and her websites include: The Glass Museum - www.glass.co.nz The Glass Encyclopedia - www.glassencyclopedia.com The Glass Message Board - www.glassmessages.com Qualifications BA (Economics) from Manchester University, UK, Ph D in Management and Industrial Relations from Manchester University Career After obtaining her Ph.D. Angela worked at Manchester Business School for eight years and then as Professor of Business Administration at Strathclyde University, where she headed the Human Resource Management teaching staff of the Strathclyde Business School. After she retired she established a Glass Museum in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, which has since been translated into glass websites. Former Honorary Posts -Equal Opportunities Commissioner for Scotland -Member of the Scottish Economic Council -Member Police Advisory Board Scotland -Arbitrator for UK national arbitration service (ACAS).
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It captured my imagination to where I couldn't put it down, from the beautiful photographs of the glass Pirelli, Bimini and Komaromy made, to the rich descriptions of how each of them developed their skills and studios.
I found each story intriguing, and was delighted by the links to videos from the 1930s and 40s of these outstanding glass artists actually making some of their famous pieces.
This would make a fabulous gift for anyone interested in glass figurines.
I am looking forward to the next book in this trilogy with all of the detailed pictures to enable me to identify Pirelli glass.
Good pictures and large amount of data.
I enjoyed the book a lot, learning about some of my collection.
This book would be great for anyone interested in glass!
In these few pages there are enough facts to wet the appetite of any glass enthusiast for more! Being a paperweight collector and researcher I was particularly interested in the Pirelli section and the relationship between Pirelli and the Ysart Brothers.
I can't wait to read more especially as the first of the trilogy will cover Pirelli and I am sure will be compelling reading.