Easy to make Stained Glass BoxesEasy to make Stained Glass Boxes



Durable, full-size templates for constructing 42 different stained glass boxes.

Author: Ed Sibbett

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486245607

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Durable, full-size templates for constructing 42 different stained glass boxes. Clear, complete instructions cover tools, materials and techniques. Motifs include: floral, butterfly, heart, geometric, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Pennsylvania Dutch, contemporary, more. List of supply sources. 42 designs. Color illustrations on covers.

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70416 70422 70425 70428 70419 R. LALIQUE Four various commercial powder
boxes , including glass boxes for D'Orsay and Coty , and two aluminum boxes for
Roger et Gallet , Circa 1930 Diameter of D'Orsay 4-1 / 4 inches ( 10.8 cm ) R.

Author: Carrie Hunnicutt

Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation

ISBN: 159967503X

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Making Stained Glass BoxesMaking Stained Glass Boxes



Tightly fitting seams, smooth solder lines, and perfect hinging will all be
overlooked if the glass you use does not work. This part of the process is also an
opportunity for you, as the artist, to express yourself in this colorful art. Think of
your glass ...

Author: Michael Johnston

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811741071

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Illustrated step-by-step instruction on techniques to make a variety of beautiful and practical stained glass boxes. Photos show exactly how to assemble corners, attach hinges and lids, work with mirrored glass, create shelves and compartments, and add feet and lips. Detailed information for the beginner or more experienced glass artist.

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18277 AN AMERICAN SILVER FIGURAL ALLIGATOR MAGNIFYING GLASS
Mark of Greenleaf & Crosby , Florida , c . ... 1900 A strawberry shaped vinaigrette
with loop for suspension from a chain , English hallmarks ; a jeweled box with ...

Author: Ivy Press

Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation

ISBN: 1932899022

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Cannibal Tours and Glass BoxesCannibal Tours and Glass Boxes



CHAPTER SEVEN The Definition of Native Art: The Case of Willie Seaweed How
should we think about Native or Aboriginal art? Is it really art, should it be
exhibited as art, and who are Natives anyway?1 The Western world is still
struggling to ...

Author: Michael M. Ames

Publisher: UBC Press

ISBN: 9780774853033

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Cannibal Tours and Glass Boxes poses a number of probing questions about the role and responsibility of museums and anthropology in the contemporary world. In it, Michael Ames, an internationally renowned museum director, challenges popular concepts and criticisms of museums and presents an alternate perspective which reflects his experiences from many years of museum work. Based on the author's previous book, Museums, the Public and Anthropology, the new edition includes seven new essays which argue, as in the previous volume, that museums and anthropologists must contextualize and critique themselves -- they must analyse and critique the social, political and economic systems within which they work. In the new essays, Ames looks at the role of consumerism and the market economy in the production of such phenomena as worlds' fairs and McDonald's hamburger chains, referring to them as "museums of everyday life" and indicating the way in which they, like museums, transform ideology into commonsense, thus reinforcing and perpetuating hegemonic control over how people think about and represent themselves. He also discusses the moral/political ramifications of conflicting attitudes towards Aboriginal art (is it art or artifact?); censorship (is it liberating or repressive?); and museum exhibits (are they informative or disinformative?). The earlier essays outline the development of museums in the Western world, the problems faced by anthropologists in attempting to deal with the often conflicting demands of professional as opposed to public interests, the tendency to both fabricate and stereotype, and the need to establish a reciprocal rather than exploitative relationship between museums/anthropologists and Aboriginal people. Written during the course of the last decade, these essays offer an accessible, often anecdotal, journey through one professional anthropologist's concerns about, and hopes for, his discipline and its future.

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Electric Signs The Rexall Store ART GLASS are artistic and attention -
compelling day or night This sign is made of heavy and carefully selected ... We
originated this box and it has become so popular that dozens of imitators have
copied it .

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Collection of Venetian glass boxes by Kyohei Fujita , inspired by traditional
Japanese ceramic and lacquered incense and ink containers GLASS
ORIENTATIONS Kyohei Fujita is one of Japan's most famous and innovative
glass artists whose ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015013180420

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Ken Philips is a terrific stained glass craftsman who works in the Shadyside area
and shows his boxes and “ objects ” at various galleries and shops here and
elsewhere . Current shows of glass in Pittsburgh include the Carnegie Institute of
Art ...

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