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    Here are some sites that we have found to be useful reference sources (not in any particular order) that you may wish to visit. Links to actual glassworks websites may be found in glassware manufacturers, current British glassmakers and current overseas glassmakers, and a list of glass museums can be found in museums & collections

    British glass :

  • www.scotlandsglass.co.uk
    A privately funded, non-commercial website that aims to provide information on, & a showcase for, Scottish Glass, both past and present

  • www.cameo-glass.co.uk
    The cameo glass of Thomas & George Woodall - a Broadfield House Glass Museum website

  • www.ysartglass.com
    The website of Frank Andrews, co-author of "Ysart glass", containing additional information on the subject

  • www.stourbridge.co.uk
    Colin MacDonald's website of the Stourbridge area, with glass-related information and links, including Broadfield House Glass Museum and the Ruskin Glass Centre

  • www.whitefriars.com
    A non-profit-making site for Whitefriars collectors by Steve Thompson

  • www.wedgwood-glass.com
    Not sure if this is up and running yet, but it is (or will be) for collectors of Ronald Stennett-Willson; Wedgwood Glass and King's Lynn Glass etc. Run by Chris Green and Martin Angell e-mail

  • www.antiqueglass.org.uk
    The website of Timothy Mills Antique Glass, specialists in fine 18th and early 19th Century English glass

    Venetian glass :

  • www.rossellajunck.it
    The website of the Galleria Rossella Junck in Venice, which deals exclusively in Italian glass

  • www.gardnerandbarr.com
    The gallery in New York of Sheldon Barr (author of "Venetian Glass, Confections in Glass, 1855-1914") and Tom Gardner, collectors of, and dealers in, Italian art glass

    Bohemian, Austrian & German Art Nouveau & Art Deco glass:

  • www.loetz.com
    Eddy Scheepers' Loetz Website

  • http://sites.google.com/site/loetzandglass/Home
    Alfredo Villanueva's truly excellent site on Loetz & other Jugendstil glass

  • http://hometown.aol.com/loetzabbate/index.html
    Loetz , Kralik, Rindskopf, Pallme and more by Tony Abbate

  • http://sites.google.com/site/loetzglass
    The private collection of Dave Littlefield

  • www.pallme.com/family
    Interesting website of the Pallme family (most famously the Pallme Koenigs), glass-makers of Steinschoenau, Bohemia. Compiled by Oscar Pallme-Tausch, a descendant

  • www.glasmuseum.de
    The website of the Passau Glass Museum in Germany, with a superb collection of German & Bohemian glassware from 1700 to 1950

    pressed glass :

  • www.inchicore-pressedglass-museum.org
    A labour of love by Thomas Joyce, a Dublin collector. Includes information on all the main British manufacturers, & on some lesser-known European manufacturers & pre-War British importers of glassware, together with photos of Thomas's growing collection

  • www.patternglass.com
    A comprehensive site for those interested in early American pattern glass tableware (c 1850 - 1910), run by Bill & Elaine Henderson

  • www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Geyser/1799/home.html
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Carnival glass, by Glen & Stephen Thistlewood, authors of several books on the subject

  • www.cloudglass.com
    Okay, so this site is only about cloud glass, but I never realised there was so much to know. Very informative, and still being developed

  • http://krys-tolkabinet.com/
    The website of Joyce & Sy London, ardent Krys-Tol glass collectors, showing their extensive 20-year old collection

  • www.carnivalglasssociety.co.uk
    For lovers of carnival glass

    miscellaneous :

  • http://opensalts.info/References/Marks.html
    An excellent assemblage of references for glass & other marks, put together by Debi Raitz of http://opensalts.info

  • www.encyclopedia.netnz.com/index.html
    The online glass encyclopaedia

  • www.glass.co.nz/
    The online glass museum

  • www.gbuk.org
    The website of the Glass Beadmakers' Society. All about lamp-worked glass beads & jewellery

  • www.david-issitt.1Hwy.com
    Numerous articles on glass by well-known glass enthusiast David Issitt, a.k.a. "the Pulpit Culprit"

  • www.dorflinger.org/glass_museum.html
    The website of the Dorflinger Glass Museum in the USA (we hope they will get around to illustrating some of their pieces on their website, eventually)

  • www.vaselineglass.org
    For devotees of uranium glass, the website of Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc (run by Dave Peterson, author of "Vaseline Glass; Canary to Contemporary")

  • www.glassclub.org
    The website of the National American Glass Club in the USA

  • www.fairylampclub.com
    The website of the Fairy Lamp Club (US-based, but with members overseas), a society devoted to Victorian fairy-lamps in all their diversity

    technical stuff :

  • www.glassnotes.com/
    Technical information for the glass artist

  • www.bssg.co.uk
    The website of the British Society of Scientific Glassblowers

  • www.eastfallsglass.com/demos.php
    A fascinating American online glassblowing (furnace-working) reference, which includes step-by-step pictorials as well as an illustrated glossary. East Falls Glass in Philadelphia is a public access glass studio offering glassblowing classes, studio rental and work for sale by local glass artists

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    glass photography

    Simon Bruntnell Photography
    Unit 15, The Ruskin Glass Centre, Wollaston Road, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 4HF
    Tel: 01384 399 465 (mobile: 07850-395 193)   
    website   e-mail
    Commercial photographer who specialises in photographing glassware

    Les Golding (BA Hons)
    28 Lingfield, The Laurels, Houghton Le Spring, County Durham DH5 8QA
    Tel: 0191 584 9877 (mobile: 07951-601 055)   website   e-mail
    Fine Art photographer, working mainly for museums and art galleries (twitter: @les_golding)

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    antiques publications

    N.B. Prices of subscriptions and publications listed below may well have changed since we first included them - always check first!

    Antique Collecting
    Sandy Lane, Old Martlesham, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 4SD
    Subscriptions - Tel: 01394-389 956   
    website   e-mail
    Subscription-only magazine (10 issues per year; now in its 41st year), published by The Antique Collectors’ Club (see under associations & organisations). UK annual subscription £30 (overseas £35)

    Antiques Trade Gazette
    115 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8AD
    Subscriptions - Tel: 020-7420 6601 Fax: 020-7420 6605   website
    Weekly, the main general trade newspaper. Single copy £1.60

    The Antique Trade Calendar
    G P London, 32 Fredericks Place, North Finchley, London N12 8QE
    Tel: 020-8446 3604
    Quarterly, the most complete trade listing of forthcoming antique & collectors fairs, antiques centres. Single copy £1.50

    The Antiques Diary
    PO Box 30, Twyford, Reading, Berks RG10 8DQ
    Tel: 0118-940 2165 Fax: 0118-940 4550   website
    Two-monthly, fairly complete listing of forthcoming antique & collectors fairs, markets, shops, centres & auctions, plus general articles. Two editions: London & Southern, North & Midlands. Single copy £1.50

    The Antique Dealer Newspaper
    115 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8AD
    Subscriptions - Tel: 020-7420 6680 Fax: 020-7420 6685
    Monthly, general trade magazine. Fair reviews, general articles, what's on, classified ads. Given away free around the fairs. UK annual subscription £15.00

    Antiques & Collectables Magazine
    Merricks Media Ltd, Cambridge House (South), Henry Street, Bath BA1 1JT
    Tel: 01225-786 800 Fax: 01225-786 801   website
    Monthly, published around the second Wednesday of each month, price £2.95. Regular series include an advice clinic, toy talk, fair reviews, fair & auction listings. Features cover such subjects as ceramics, glass, Art Nouveau, toys, memorabilia, books, furniture

    Antique & Collectors Trader
    PO Box 2034, Hockley, Essex SS5 5YW
    Tel/fax: 01702-207 400
    Two-monthly, general trade paper. Fair reviews, general articles, what's on, classified ads. Given away free around the fairs. UK annual subscription £12.00

    Collectors Companion, The
    205 Field End Road, Eastcote, Pinner, Middlesex HA5 1QZ
    Tel: 07710-423 689   website   e-mail
    Quarterly, features antiques & collectables shops, centres, fairs and auctions based in South East England. Free publication, send a stamped A5 addressed envelope

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    glass repairers & restorers (UK)

    Although we have used some of these in the past (not often, as we rarely buy damaged pieces) we would not want to single any of them out. They have all been in business some time, and, as far as we know, are all competent. You will have to make up your own mind as to which are the best. As with the museums, if you know of any others in the U.K., please let us know.

    N.B. It is always wise to telephone before visiting, as repairers can be somewhat irregular in the hours they keep!

    F W Aldridge Ltd
    Unit 32 Inca Business Park, Melford Road, Acton, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 0BB
    Tel: 01787 882 831 or 882 832   
    website   e-mail
    Established over 70 years. Since September 2015, owned by Brian Croll & his daughter, Zoe Gardiner. Antique glass repairers & renovators

    Aldridge, Elizabeth
    Elizabethan Works, Unit 1, Shepperton House, 83/93 Shepperton Rd, Islington, London N1 3DF
    Tel: 020 7226 3121
    General glass repairs

    Ashley, Pauline
    2 Sibley Avenue, Harpenden, Herts AL5 1HE
    Tel: 01582 462 787   website   e-mail
    Restorer of ceramics who can also repair broken glass pieces

    Blue Crystal
    Unit 6, 21 Wren Street, London WC1
    Tel: 020 7278 0142   website   e-mail
    General glass repairs

    Bradley Crystal
    2 Jewells Water, High Bullen, Torrington, Devon EX38 7JZ
    Tel: 01805 623 778   website   e-mail
    Steve Bradley, formerly glassmaker for the Royal College of Art. All kinds of glass repairs

    Dauphin Restoration
    The Poultry Farm, Marsh Baldon, Oxford, Oxon OX44 9LJ
    Tel: 01865-343 542    website   e-mail
    Founded 1986. Wide range of conservation & restoration services for ceramics, glass, textiles, terracotta, paper & parchment, gilding, leather & paintings. Also makers of cast acrylic mounts, cases & display cabinets

    Dawn Crystal
    3 High Street, Amblecote, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 4BX
    Tel: 01384 397 524   website   e-mail
    R Everton & Son, a family business established 1984. Specialists in unique pieces of English crystal, hand-cut & -engraved. Glass repair service available

    Duncanson, Angus
    (address & telephone number unknown)
    Antique & reproduction glass (& ceramic) knobs for doors & furniture

    107 Boundary Rd, Leyton, London E17 8NQ
    Tel: 020 8520 3392   website   e-mail
    All forms of glass repairs (the workshop is actually in Hertfordshire, and not open to the public, but the Leyton
    shop is open for collections and to take in repairs every Tuesday between 1000h and 1700h)

    Ford, Sharon
    Hornchurch, Essex
    Tel: 01708 768 304 (mobile 07985 027 131)
    Expert restorer of gold-leaf, gilding, enamels & artwork

    Hislop, Alan
    32 Holt Road, Horsford, Norwich, Norfolk NR10 3DD
    Tel: 01603 897428   website   e-mail
    Glass engraver with 21 years' experience, now also involved in glass restoration work

    Horncastle Glass Studio
    Unit 3, Devereux Way, Boston Road Industrial Estate, Horncastle, Lincs LN9 6AU
    Tel: 07960 178 902   e-mail 1     e-mail 2
    Nick Inman. Reproduction cranberry glass and repair work, including replacement liners for silver mountings

    Inman, Nick (see Horncastle Glass Studio)

    Loveridge, Basil
    1 Avonbury Court, County Road, Buckingham Road Industrial Estate, Brackley, Northants NN13 7AX
    Tel: 01280 706 490
    General glass restoration

    Pearson, Martyn
    The Stables Craft Centre, Halfpenny Green Vineyard, Bobbington, West Midlands DY7 5EP
    Tel: 01384 221 399
    Glass cutting, engraving & repairs undertaken

    Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
    Tel: 07786 463 794   website   e-mail
    Ian. 20 years experience, specialises in repair of rim chips on early drinking glasses & vases, but can also repair scratches & internal water damage. Small workshop, so callers by appointment only, please!

    Redhouse Glasscrafts
    Ruskin Glass Centre, Wollaston Road, Amblecote, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 4HE
    Tel: 01384 399 460   website   e-mail
    All kinds of glass repairs - chips ground, bases replaced, replacement stoppers, polishing etc

    Watt, Elizabeth
    69 Thistle Street, Aberdeen AB10 1UY, Scotland
    Tel: 01224 647 232
    Family-run business. Specialist restorers of decorative porcelain & pottery, crystal, plaster, composition etc

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    suppliers of repair materials

    If you are determined to attempt your own repairs (despite everything you were told in cleaning & restoring glass), the following may be of some help:

    B T Finishing Products
    (sorry - we don't have their address)
    Tel: 01905-774 029
    Suppliers of polishing compounds, from coarse to ultra-fine, for use with power tools

    W Hobby Ltd ("Hobby's Ltd")
    Knights Hill Square, London SE27 0HH
    Tel: 020-8761 4244   website
    Also Mail Order suppliers of all kinds of craft tools, including polishing & engraving equipment. They make a small charge for their catalogue, but it's very useful

    Priory Polishes
    2 Springbank Gardens, Goodshawfold, Rossendale, Lancashire BB4 8UH
    Tel: 01706-229 343 (mobile: 07812-693 752)  website   e-mail
    Mail order suppliers of materials for furniture & metal restoration, but they have some stuff which can be useful for glass restoration. Usually to be seen around the big fairs

    The following can supply an American product called 'Micro-Mesh', an abrasive film which can be washed and is extremely long-lasting:

  • DEP Fabrications (UK)
  • Sylmasta (UK)
  • Eternal Tools (UK)
  • Micro-Surface Inc (USA)

    We understand 'Micro-Mesh' is also obtainable from: Conservation Resources Ltd, Unit 1, Pony Road, Horspath Industrial Estate, Cowley, Oxon OX4 2RD (tel: 01865-747 755)

    In addition to the above, Glass Technics manufacture a do-it-yourself kit 'which will remove scratches in glass without causing any distortion to the glass'

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    specialist booksellers

    A list of U.K. booksellers who are a good source of books on glass (both old and new). Again, please let us know of any others you would recommend in the U.K.

    Aldous-Cook, David
    PO Box 413, Sutton, Surrey SM3 8SZ   
    e-mail   website
    Tel: 020-8642 4842
    Specialists in reference books on antiques & collectables

    Barmby, Chris & A J ,
    140 Lavender Hill, Tonbridge, Kent TN9 2AY
    Tel/fax: 01732-771 590   e-mail

    Bobby's Books,
    Showroom: Nuralite House, Canal Road, Higham, Rochester, Kent ME3 7JA
    Tel: 01474-823 388    e-mail

    Books for Collectors (formerly Frank & Shirley's Discount Books)
    Unit 1, 24 - 26 High Street, Toddington, Bedfordshire LU5 6BY
    Tel: 01525-875 100 (Fax: 01525-877 600)

    Brown, Paul
    The Studio Bookshop, 68 St James Street, Brighton, East Sussex BN12 1PJ
    Tel: 01273-691 253   e-mail   website
    (Large selection of books on glass, with many out-of-print titles, as well as current ones)

    Bushwood Books
    6 Marksbury Avenue, Kew, Surrey TW9 4JF
    Tel: 020-8392 8585   e-mail   website

    Foster, Stephen
    95 Bell Street, London NW1 6TL
    Tel: 020-7724 0876   e-mail   website
    Rare & out-of-print books

    The website of a collective of independent British Isles-based booksellers, specialising in rare, used & out-of-print books

    Kelly, Don
    Stand L16/20, Admiral Vernon Arcade, 141-149 Portobello Road, London W11
    Tel: 020-7731 0482   e-mail

    Slack, Raymond M
    42 Kingswood Avenue, Sanderstead, Surrey CR2 9DQ
    Tel/fax: 020-8657 1751
    (NB: Postal service only. Ray, an author in his own right, has an extensive catalogue of out-of-print titles, as well as current ones)

    Another collective of independent British Isles-based booksellers, specialising in rare, used & out-of-print books

    Widuch, Danny
    80 Queen's Road, Hastings, East Sussex TN34 1RL
    Tel: 080-242 4080

    N.B.: Sometime soon, Danny is moving to bigger premises at:
    94 Limpsfield Road, Sanderstead, South Croydon, Surrey CR2 9EE
    Tel: 020-8657 0102

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    associations & organisations

    Antique Collector's Club, The
    Sandy Lane, Old Martlesham, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 4SD
    Tel: 01394-389 956
    website   e-mail
    James Hogg. For anyone interested in fine art/antiques and collecting. Publishers of many excellent books on antiques and collectables, and the magazine 'Antique Collecting' (10 issues per year - see under antiques publications)

    Contemporary Glass Society, The
    P O Box 1320, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs ST4 2YS
    Tel: 01782-294 763 or 01453-751 421
    Colin Reid (committee member). Peter Layton (of London Glassblowing Workshop) was a former president. The aim of the society is to "encourage excellence in glass as a creative medium"

    Crafts Council, The
    44a Pentonville Rd, Islington, London N1 9BY
    Tel: 020-7278 7700 or 7806 2500
    Also the Gallery Shop at the same address

    Friends of Broadfield House Glass Museum, The
    18 Adelaide St, Brierley Hill, DY5 3HN
    Chris W Perry, editor of "Cameo" newssheet

    Glass Association, The
    The Membership Secretary, The Glass Association, c/o Broadfield House Glass Museum, Compton Drive, Kingswinford, West Midlands, DY6 9NS
    Publications: "The Glass Cone" (quarterly), Glass Association Journal (every 2 to 3 years)

    Glass Circle, The
    Tel: 020-7293 5133
    Simon Cottle of Sotheby's (or D C Woolston - Tel/fax: 01474 813 258). David Watts (editor, Glass Circle News). Originally devoted exclusively to early English glass, now includes pressed, 20th Century and modern glass (including glass made abroad) among its interests, and has glassmakers such as Peter Layton among its members

    Guild of Glass Engravers, The
    87 Nether Street, London N12 7NP
    Tel: 020-8446 4050
    website   e-mail
    Founded 1975. Registered charity, whose patron is Professor Dan Klein. Worldwide membership

    North Lands Creative Glass
    Quatre Bras, Lybster, Caithness KW3 6BN, Scotland
    Tel: 01593-721 229
    website   e-mail
    Established in the 1990s, funded by the Scottish Arts Council & The National Lottery. Open both to glass artists & to painters, sculptors, architects & designers wishing to explore the artistic potential of glass, with Summer master classes, an annual conference & residencies

    Paperweight Collectors' Circle, The
    PO Box 941, Comberton, Cambridge PDO, Cambridge CB23 7GQ
    Tel: 012223-264 656 (membership secretary)
    website   e-mail
    Formerly The Cambridge Paperweight Circle. Roy Brown, Terry Johnson. Annual subscription £20 (UK), £30 (Europe), £35 (rest of world)

    Pressed Glass Collector's Club, The
    26 Innsworth Drive, Birmingham B35 6BB
    Run by Rod Crowshaw. Quarterly journal, identification service. Annual subscription £12 (UK), £17 (overseas)

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    antiques & collectors fairs

    A by-no-means-comprehensive list of good-quality U.K. fairs.

    N.B. Collectors, please note that the entrance fee for the first day of two- or three-day fairs (particularly the mid-week fairs) is often much more expensive than for the second day, as it is aimed at Trade buyers, and can be as much as £20 a head. Also, an increased charge may apply for the first few hours of a one-day event (it might be worth checking with the organiser first!)

    Alexandra Palace Antiques Fair
    Organiser: Nelson Events (Tel: 01263-888 111)   
    Alexandra Palace Way, Wood Green, London N22 7AY
    A general fair, held on a Sunday, four times a year

    Ardingly Antiques Fair
    Organiser: IACF (International Antique & Collectors Fair) Ltd (Tel: 01636-702 326)   website
    The South of England Showground, Ardingly, West Sussex
    A two-day mid-week general fair, six times a year. Outside and inside stalls

    Art Glass Fair, The
    Organiser: The Art Glass Fair (Tel: 07832-106 822)   website
    Dulwich College, Dulwich Common, London SE21 7LD
    A specialist glass fair held twice a year on a Sunday in Spring and Autumn

    Cambridge Glass Fair
    Organiser: Oxbridge Fairs (Tel: 07787-762 872)   website
    Chilford Hall, Linton, Cambs
    An excellent specialist glass fair, twice a year, on a Sunday

    Detling Antiques Fair
    Organiser: IACF Ltd (contact details as for Ardingly)
    Kent County Showground, (off A249) Detling, Kent
    A general two-day weekend fair, six times a year. Outside and inside stalls

    Gresham's School Antiques Fair
    Organiser: Nelson Events (contact details as for Alexandra Palace)
    Gresham's School, Cromer Road, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6EA
    A general fair, held on a Sunday, once a year

    Lincolnshire Showground
    Organiser: Arthur Swallow Fairs (Tel: 01298 27493)   website
    Lincolnshire Showground, Grange-de-Lings, Lincoln LN2 2NA
    A general two-day midweek fair, six times a year, just before the Newark fair. Outside and inside stalls

    National Glass Collectors Fair , The
    Organiser: Specialist Glass Fairs (Tel: 01260-271 975)   website
    National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, West Midlands B92 0EJ
    (entrance on the roundabout at Junction 6 of the M42 & the A45)
    THE glass fair, twice a year, on a Sunday in May and November

    Newark Antiques Fair
    Organiser: IACF Ltd (contact details as for Ardingly)
    The Newark & Nottinghamshire Showground, Newark, Notts
    A two-day mid-week general fair (the biggest in Europe), six times a year. Outside and inside stalls

    Newmarket Antiques Fair
    Organiser: Nelson Events (contact details as for Alexandra Palace)
    Rowley Mile Conference Centre, Rowley Mile Racecourse, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 0TF
    A general fair, held on a Sunday, five times a year

    Royal Horticultural Hall Antiques Fair
    Organiser: Adams Antiques Fairs Ltd (Tel: 020-7254 4054)   website
    Royal Horticultural Hall, Lindley Hall, Elverton Street, Victoria, London SW1P 2QD
    Good general Sunday fair, every month

    Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells
    Organiser: Continuity Fairs (Tel: 01584-873 634)
    Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, Powys LD2 3SY
    A general two-day fair, four times a year

    Sandown Park Antiques Fair
    Organiser: Wonder Whistle (Tel: 020-7249 4050)   website
    Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey KT10 9AJ
    A one-day trade fair, held on either a Tuesday or Sundayafternoon, almost every month

    Shepton Mallet Antiques Fair
    Organiser: IACF Ltd (contact details as for Ardingly)
    Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset
    A general three-day weekend fair, held six times a year. Outside and inside stalls

    Swinderby Antiques Fair
    Organiser: IACF Ltd (contact details as for Ardingly)
    RAF Swinderby, Near Lincoln LN6 9QG (off A46)
    A general two-day midweek fair, just before the Newark fair. Outside and inside stalls

    Warwickshire Antiques Fair
    Organiser: Nelson Events (contact details as for Alexandra Palace)
    Warwickshire Exhibition Centre, The Fosse, Fosse Way, Leamington Spa, Warks CV31 1XN
    A general fair, held on a Sunday, four times a year

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    replacement stemware

    Clear Cut Crystal
    Sandy Lane, Old Martlesham, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 4SD (01257 474 505)
    website   e-mail
    UK-based commercial site selling British & European cut crystal, but also offers a pattern-finding service to help in finding replacement pieces

    Discontinued Designs
    25 Treachers Close, Chesham, Buckinghamshire HP5 2HD (01494 580 588)
    website   e-mail
    UK-based commercial site that offers stemware to discontinued designs by such companies as Tudor Crystal, Thomas Webb, Stuart Crystal, Edinburgh Crystal, Royal Brierley and Kinver Crystal

    Cut Glass Search
    address unknown (01299 841 097)
    website   e-mail
    UK-based commercial site that 'specialises in locating the patterns and shapes of traditional 20th Century glassware', particularly Webb, Stuart & Waterford

    1089 Knox Road, PO Box 26029, Greensboro, NC 27420, USA (001 336 697 3000)
    website   e-mail
    USA-based commercial site that offers stemware to discontinued designs by various companies, including (strangely!) Watford Crystal

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