The Journal, Vol. 26, 2021


  • 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 Birmingham: A biography of an electrotype of The Apotheosis of Homer, by Alistair Grant
  • History and research of a copper gilt statue of St. George Killing the Dragon from the Town of Gdansk, by Anna Baranowska-Fietkiewicz and Cátia Viegas Wesołowska
  • Charles Applebee Revisited: Evidence for a dynasty of London Brasiers, by Roderick and Valentine Butler, and Christopher Green
  • A synopsis of pocket knives in history and the evolution of spring-backed pocket knives in Sheffield during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, by Simon Moore

Notes and Queries:

  • John Anthony: The man and his Mortar, by David Moulson
  • An interesting slice and a new makers’ mark, by Lawrie Trask
  • Biographical notes for Thomas Pickett, Citizen & Brazier, by Diana Crawforth-Hitchins
  • Appendix to the Queenhithe Collection Catalogue, by Graham duHeaume

Book Reviews:

  • Inscribed Vervels: A corpus and discussion of late medieval and Renaissance hawking rings found in Britain, by Michael Lewis and Ian Richardson. Reviewed by Malcolm Jones
  • Brass from the Past – Brass, made used and traded from prehistoric times to 1800, by Vanda Morton. Reviewed by Christopher Green and Roderick Butler

Rachel Hunt | Journal Editor for the Antique Metalware Society | 10 September 2021

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