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Publication on glass, ceramics and related materials

From: Jim Black <info>
Date: Monday, October 19, 1998
    Glass, Ceramics and Related Materials
    editor Alice B. Paterakis
    Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC working Group, Vantaa, Finland,
    1998. ISBN 9516470009, 204pp. paperbound

The Preprints volume from the 1998 Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC
Glass, Ceramics and Related Materials Working Group held in
Helsinki. Paperback, 204 pages, numerous black/white illustrations,
20 papers presented at the conference and 6 poster abstracts. The
authors are from 12 countries representing Europe, the Baltic
states, America, Australia and the Middle East. Archaeological,
ethnographic, decorative and architectural glass and ceramics
covering a broad historic and geographic range are represented.
University level training courses from five countries are reported.

The above publication has just been published by EVTEK - Institute
of Arts and Design, Finland. It is distributed by Archetype
Publications, 6 Fitzroy Square, London W1P 6DX, The introductory
price (25.00 pounds  or $40.00 plus postage) until 31 October.
Thereafter the price is 29.95 pounds or $49.50 plus postage ICOM
members (who give membership details when ordering) can obtain the
book at the discounted introductory price until March 31st 1999.

Postage: UK 4.00 pounds;
Europe 4.50 pounds($6.60);
Rest of the World : surface 4.50 pounds ($6.60),
    airmail 10.00 pounds ($16.60)

Address for ordering :

    Archetype Books
    6 Fitzroy Square
    London W1P 6DX, UK
    +44 171 380 0800
    Fax: +44 171 380 0500
    info [at] archetype__co__uk

Contents

    Joost M.A. Caen
    Ethical principals for the conservation of stained glass in
    monuments and museums

    Lisa Pilosi, Mark T. Wypyski
    Two ancient glass vessels with modern decoration in the
    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Lisbet Thoresen
    The use of glass in the ancient Glyptic arts

    Janet C. Quinton
    The conservation of an 18th century pier glass mirror at Hampton
    Court Palace

    S.E.T. Hogg, D.S. McPhail, P.S. Rogers, P.L. Oakley
    Mono-functional organosilanes as candidates for treatments of
    crizzling in glasses

    Ian Donald MacLeod, Eng Wah Beng
    Analysis and interpretation of glass artefacts from 17th-19th
    century Dutch and Colonial Australian shipwrecks

    Lorna Barnes, Ellen Salzman
    Preliminary investigations of surface decoration on a group of
    ancient terracottas from Cyprus

    Mary Clerkin Higgins
    Walter Cole Brigham and marine mosaics

    M.a T. Domenech-Carbo', E. Aura-Castro, E. Lopez-Ballester, V.
    Peris-Martinez, J.V. Gimeno-Adelantado, F. Bosch-Reig
    Study of alterations and characterization of manufacturing
    techniques in mediaeval glazed ceramics from Manises (Valencia)

    Maya Elston
    A corrective treatment on a 6th century BC Attic krater

    Maya Elston
    Conservation of an Attic red-figure kylix by Douris

    Loretta Hogan
    Islamic pottery; methods of old restoration, staining and its
    removal

    Kirsty Norman
    The collecting, restoring and faking of "Archaic" Italian
    maiolicas in the early 20th century

    Alice Boccia Paterakis
    The desalination of consolidated ceramics

    T. von Konow, S. Niemi-Pynttari, P. Riihela, L. Wikstrom
    The conservation and restoration of the facade relief by Michael
    Shilkin

    Torben Sode, Ulrich Schnell
    Contemporary faience makers in Quarna, Egypt

    Michael BenGal
    The challenge of coping with a vast ceramic repertoire from
    Peqi'in, a Chalcolithic burial cave

    Sandra Davison
    Teaching practical conservation short courses

    Krysia E. Spirydowicz
    Training in the conservation of ceramics and glass at Queen's
    University

    Heikki Hayha
    The investigation, conservation and restoration of a ceramic
    frog, a student final thesis from EVTEK - Institute of Arts and
    Design Department of Conservation

    Paula Artal-Isbrand
    A minimally intrusive filling and stabilization solution for
    very fragile archaeological glass objects

    D. Germain Bonne, I. Biron, P. Trocellier
    The origin of the degradation of painted enamels

    Kate I. Duffy, Janice H. Carlson, Dr. Charles P. Swann
    The technical analysis of green-glazed earthenware sherds

    Dana Libiete
    Conservation of the Daugmale Castle-mound beads

    Diana Bajare, Ronald Lusis, Inta Vitina, Visvaldis Svinka
    Damage of historic brick masonry by soluble salts in the
    monuments of Latvia

    Marcis Dzenis, Ruta Svinka
    Specialisation in glass, porcelain and ceramics as an integral
    part of the conservation/restoration chemistry and technology
    degree programme

James Black
Publisher
Archetype Books
6, Fitzroy Square, London W1P 6DX
+44 171 380 0800
Fax: +44 171 380 0500

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