GLASS: Hand-Blown-Sculptured-Colored. Philosophy and Method

By: Burton, John

Price: $21.85

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Book Condition: Very Good


No publication date (1967). 273pp., unpaginated, 8 page colour-plate section, plus numerous intext b/white halftone plates and sketch-art throughout. Book clean and square. Quarter-cloth spine firm. Blue boards lightly bumped on upper foredge corner. Acidic offset (brown line, from dustjacket flap) on front pastedown, otherwise leaves clean. Pictorially-illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket mildly edgeworn, plus some (in-production) laminate striation on rear panel. With clarity and lucidity, John Burton, born Yorkshire, England, world-renowned for his unique and revolutionary workings with glass, shows how anyone can blow remarkable shapes by using simple, inexpensive equipment at home in the kitchen or workshop. He presents his method, step-by-step, demonstrating various techniques. Contents include: Prelims., Part 1/ A Beginning (7 chapters). 2/ My Methods (14 chapters). Epilogue, Thoughts, Biblio., Index, more. Book weight approx. 800g.

Title: GLASS: Hand-Blown-Sculptured-Colored. Philosophy and Method

Author Name: Burton, John

Categories: Crafts & Hobbies, Arts and Crafts,

Edition: 1st Thus, 1st Impression

Publisher: New York, Bonanza Books:

Binding: Hardcover and Dustjacket

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 005717

Keywords: NOISBN, ART AND CRAFT, GLASS, GLASSMAKING, HISTORY, MANUFACTURE, GLASS HANDBOOKS