32 AND COUNTING!
Happy to let you know that Glass Restorer, Robert Lehmann, will be set up at our 32nd glass show this year, with all equipment to repair glass pieces that may need assistance. Writing to let you know in case you have items at home or glass customers who may also be interested in knowing. He also takes care of "sick" glass ~ not at the show, but if you bring yours, he’ll mail back when completed.
FYI, Robert’s grandfather, Frank Daddario was considered to be one of the country’s foremost experts in antique cut glass repair work and cutting...Robert Lehmann began training under his grandfather tutelege at the age of 12. Many of the grinding wheels and other tools Robert uses today were passed on to him by his grandfather, who used them years ago at the Liberty Cut Glass Studio”. Robert has 30 years of professional experience. He attended school for glass engraving at Corning, NY and studied extensively at Steuben Glass Works, taking courses in engraving, roughing and smoothing of glass.” Robert’s email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org for those who would like to get in touch with him prior to the Glass Show.
MARY MILLS TO SPEAK
The speaker for the Glass Show will be Mary C. Mills. Her topic will be "Rediscovering Philadelphia Glassmaking through Archaeology". Ms Mills is the historic Glass Specialist for AECOM Cultural Resources in Burlington, New Jersey Prior to joining AECOM she held the position of educational programs manager at the Corning Museum of Glass. She is past president of the National American Glass Club.
Please plan to attend the show. Looking forward to seeing you all in less than two weeks!