A Fragile Inheritance: The Care of Stained Glass and Historic Glazing : a Handbook for Custodians

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Church House Publishing, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
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Stained glass is one of the most compelling forms of church decoration, and yet it is also one of the most vulnerable and least understood. This handbook is for those entrusted with the care of stained glass windows. It provides guidance on the causes of deterioration of stained glass as well as advice on managing the conservation and future care of church windows.

The book features a list of useful addresses and websites, and also contains guidelines on the photography of stained glass.

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historic glazing
appendix A A specimen condition report

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Dr. Sarah Brown is a researcher in volcanology at the University of Bristol. Her interests lie in physical volcanology with an emphasis on the assessment of hazard and risk. Dr. Brown works on combining and developing volcanological datasets including the Large Magnitude Explosive Volcanic Eruptions database (LaMEVE) to investigate the global eruption record with an aim towards developing a better understanding of volcanic risk.

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