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Apsley Pellatt

APSLEY PELLATT (ENGLAND, 1791–1863)

Apsley Pellatt was an English glassware manufacturer and politician. He was the son of glassware maker Apsley Pellatt and Mary Pellatt. Apsley Pellatt’s work is of tremendous skill and artistry. Sulphides, also known as “glass incrustations,” were a revolutionary development in glassmaking and Apsley Pellatt was at the forefront of its creation. In 1819, he took out a patent for this process of encasing a medallion in glass, which he called crystallo ceramie, later called Cameo Incrustation and Sulphides. In 1821, Apsley wrote a book about this process, Memoir on the Origin, Progress and Improvement of Glass Manufactures. In 1849, Glass Incrustations was expanded and revised under the title Curiosities of Glass-Making by him.

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Apsley Pellatt Cut Glass Sulphide Centerpiece
By Apsley Pellatt
Located in New Orleans, LA
This exceptional and rare four-light cut-glass centerpiece by the renowned Apsley Pellatt is a work of tremendous skill and artistry. A symphony of delicate diamond-cut-glass, this l...
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19th Century English Other Antique Apsley Pellatt

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Cut Glass

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