[Batch book].

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Author/Artist: 
Dithridge, Edward Davies, 1835-1910.
Description: 
180 pages ; 20 x 12 cm
Other Authors: 
Dithridge & Co.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
145478
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Archives (Non-Active)
Call Number: 
Range 9, Bay 1, Shelf 5, Dithridge papers, Box 1
Notes: 
Batch book.
Notebook with a brown cardstock cover with the hinge at the head. Begins with "Flint glass no. 1" and "Flint glass no. 2". Pages 1-74 are virtually the same recipes as Dithridge's Receipts for making glass (BIB 145454), except this copy includes amounts of manganese and additional explanations. P. 21 & 127 are written in a different hand (child?) and lists names and addresses. Pages 128-178 are blank; p. 179 has a short, unidentified recipe.
This item is part of the Dithridge papers.
Dithridge papers
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging September 2015.
Contents: 
Flint glass no. 1 --
Flint glass no. 2 --
Flint glass no. 3 --
Flint glass no. 4 --
Flint glass no. 5 --
Flint glass no. 6 --
Flint glass no. 7 --
Flint glass no. 8 --
Flint glass rich & heavy for cutting: 1 C, no. 2 C, no. 3 C --
Flint glass rich & heavy for cutting: no. 4 C, no. 5 C --
Flint glass for cutting no. 6 C, no. 7 C --
Flint glass for cutting no. 8 C ; Cheap flint for pressing --
Menu of bases & acids --
Lime glass ; Lime glass no. 2 --
Lime glass Bohemia batch no. 3 ; Bohemia lime no. 4 --
No. 5 Bohemia demi crystal --
No. 6 Bohemia semi crystal ; No. 9 Bohemia semi crystal --
Colored glass. Lime blue --
Colored glass blue ; A fine celeste blue --
Blue gris for lunettes ; London smoke for lunettes --
Blue glass for casing ; Blue de roi --
Blue celeste no. 1 ; Blue celeste no. 2 --
Violet glasses --
Violet red open pots ; Violet of 12th & 13th centurys --
Violet Eveque ; Violet blue indigo --
Violet chair ; Violet for casing --
Violet blue ; Violet amethyste --
Verres vert --
Beautiful green for open pots --
Green for covered pots --
Table of colors given by the oxides in glass & crystal --
Yellow green --
Green double for casing --
Green for casing ; Green flint glass --
Green continued, blue green ; Yellow green --
Yellow from oxide of uranium --
Yellow in mass --
Glass silicate yellow stain by Prof. Fred F. Barff --
Staining glass red ; Staining glass red with copper --
Crystal opal --
Cryolite as experimented by Henrivaux (p. 90, 88-86, 72-70, 68) --
Opal for casing ; Demi opaque or pot de riz --
Remarks on opal white or enamel --
Opal in general ; Colors, opal turquoise --
Opal blue ; Opal green ; Opal violet --
White opaque opal --
The king of white opaque opals --
King opaque opal no. 2 --
King opaque opal no. 3 --
Various opals & whites --
Rose color & violet from gold --
Red or carmine from copper --
Another red from copper --
Copper red for casing flint ware --
Red from copper.
Series: 
Glass recipe books