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Challenge for Crafting by Designs 20.09.2017

Hi Everyone

I am hosting this week’s Challenge over on Crafting by Designs and it is Drink Up. It is the first time I have hosted a challenge so hope everyone enjoys. 164 more words

Card Making

A pressure flaking photo essay

This post is brief through necessity as it was done on my phone, on the tram. It shows the prescribed Kimberley Point process applied to the side panel of a period glass bottle. 56 more words

Experimental Archaeology

Hulme STEAM maker faire

On a sunny Saturday afternoon two weeks ago I was fortunate enough to run the above workshop at the Hulme STEAM maker faire¬†in the garden of the… 371 more words

Experimental Archaeology

Choose the Best Beer Glass

Like a DJ, I am loving the requests. Ever since the post, “Choose the Best Wine Glass,” I’ve received requests to analyze other beverage glasses, notably beer glasses. 736 more words


A second point from the second preform.

I was more cautious with this one and it turned out longer. I tried to stick to my method, ventral first, then dorsal, then the point, however the angle of the edge face made me improvise a bit. 66 more words

Experimental Archaeology

Period bottle glass number two

This is one half of a piece of period bottle glass recovered from Chorlton Ees. My aim this time was to make a larger point and maintain some of the lettering on the dorsal surface… 293 more words

Experimental Archaeology

Foraging for early 20th Century glass and ceramics

Yesterday I had a foraging expedition with Nick Overton, Kelsey Lindstrom, two disinterested teenagers and dog. It was an eventful trip to Chorlton Ees in that we met a couple of guys dismantling a really well made shelter they had constructed in the woods. 378 more words

Experimental Archaeology