Catalogue description ANCIENT GLASS.

This record is held by Society of Antiquaries of London

Details of SAL/MS/965/1-3
Reference: SAL/MS/965/1-3

Records of the International Committee on Ancient Glass (ICAG) and the British Committee on Ancient Glass (BCAG). The ICAG was formed in 1950 to coordinate the production of a census of extant ancient glass by country, from its origins to c. 1200, and to prepare a written survey. The study was divided into 15 areas. The BCAG (area 1 of the ICAG) was founded in Jan. 1953 under the auspices of SA, and appointed Miss Dorothy Charlesworth to undertake the British census. This work was completed by Sept. 1955. No publication was produced by ICAG owing to lack of funds. The BCAG ceased to meet after 1959. See also D. B. Harden, 'Study and research on ancient glass: past and future', Journal of Glass Studies, 26 (1984), 9-24.

Date: 1950-7
Held by: Society of Antiquaries of London, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Physical condition: Paper. 1950-7
Immediate source of acquisition:

Seven files in one box, and eight boxes of card indexes. SAL/MS/965/1-2 were presented in 1986 by Robert James Charleston, FSA, former Secretary of BCAG; SAL/MS/965/3 was deposited earlier.

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