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Spring 2022 Newsletter has been published

The Spring 2022 edition of the AMS Newsletter has been published and is now available on this website for members to view. Logged-in AMS members should follow this link to read the Spring 2022...

The Journal, Vol. 26, 2021

Contents: From London to Upton via Piddletrenthide and Copenhagen: Building a Biography for Jan Gadd’s Metal Cast of the Lomellini Basin, by Angus Patterson From Alexandria to Hyde, via Bovillæ and Rome, London and...

Autumn 2021 Newsletter has been published.

The Autumn edition of the AMS Newsletter has been published and is now available on this website for members to view. Logged-in AMS members should follow this link to read the Autumn 2021 Newsletter.

Autumn 2020 Newsletter Published

The Autumn edition of the AMS Newsletter has been published and is now available on this website for members to view. Logged-in AMS members should follow this link to read the Autumn 2020 Newsletter.

The Journal, Vol. 25, 2020

Contents: ARTICLES Surpassing Midas: English Cut Steel, 1740-1830. Angus Patterson. Jean Démosthène Dugourc: A Life by Design. Susan R Kinsey. Engineers’ Brasswork: Industrial Folk Art of North-East England 1860-1914. Peter Brears. A Skillet Handle on...

Brass Knitting Sheath

This brass knitting sheath originates from the Durham or North Yorkshire region.  In his excellent book ‘North Country Folk Art’, Peter Brears gives detailed information and fine drawings of knitting sheaths, most of which were...

New Links Added

Two new links have been added to the “Links” page. They are related to Neil Bollen’s article in the Spring 2020 Newsletter. The first link points to the Barnes Collection in the USA that...

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