Stourbridge 2012 [videorecording] : Portland Vase project.

Stourbridge 2012 [videorecording] : Portland Vase project.

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[S.l. : s.n., 2012]
1 videodisc (12 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Fisher, Graham, 1954-
White, Leigh.
Dury, Ian.
Colledge, Terri.
Golding, Richard.
Ruskin Glass Centre.
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Stourbridge 2012 : Portland Vase project
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Portland Vase project
Title handwritten on disc surface.
A team from Ruskin Glass Centre in Stourbridge replicates the famous cameo glass Portland Vase, one of the most important pieces of glass in history. Glass engrave Ian Dury co-ordinates the project with raw materials being sponsored by Plowden & Thompson. The cameo blank is blown on site by expert glassmaker Richard Golding, and will be engraved over several months by Terri Colledge. The project is exptected to be completed to coincide with the International Festival of Glass in August, 2012.
Recreation of Portland Vase
Graham Fisher, narrator ; Leigh White, centre manager, Ruskin Glass Centre ; Ian Dury, project co-ordinator Terri Colledge, cameo engraver ; Richard Golding, master glassmaker.
Filmed at Rusking Glass Centre, September 21, 2011.
Part of this project was supported by The Corning Museum of Glass.
Event Notes: 
Filmed at Rusking Glass Centre, September 21, 2011.