This site evolved out of my ever-increasing list of glass-related bookmarks/favourites so I decided to make the list available to others who may be interested in glass. There are many thousands of websites covering glass - this site does not claim to be a comprehensive list but may point you towards some you've not found before, or serve as a handy index of sites you do know about.
[Illustration above shows two Chance Brothers glass paperweights, photo is © Anne Nichols, 2008, and may not be copied or reproduced elsewhere without her written consent.]
GLASS REFERENCE SITES
Scotland's Glass - Ysart Glass - Glass Zoo - Glass Study
The above sites offer one of the best subscription deals for glass information. Digitising many out-of-print publications which are then searchable, giving easy access to books and magazines and catalogues which otherwise are simply not available, or take serious travel to find, these sites are worth supporting. For a summary of the sites' contents please read the topic on the Glass Message Board here: http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,16602.0.html
Glass Books by Angela Bowey
Lampworked Glass :: Bagley Glass :: New Zealand Glass
Much to the dismay of glass enthusiasts everywhere, the UK's only dedicated glass museum is threatened with closure. Dudley council has announced proposals to close the Broadfield House Glass Museum in Dudley, West Midlands and move the collection to a very much smaller site, which will be to the disadvantage of the collection and its visitors. To read more, please visit the Glass Message Board by clicking the logo above or using this text LINK.
Please do also visit the website of
The Friends of Broadfield Househttp://www.friendsofbroadfieldhouse.co.uk/