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Simon Bruntnell is a photographer, who has gained a reputation for the photographing of contemporary glass art.

His studio which he named Northlight, is based in Stourbridge in the West Midlands. Stourbridge is now home to a vibrant studio glass movement.

Simon went freelance in 1993 after completing his degree and some years of assisting. Within the book is a selection of his archive shot over the last eight years.

Work from students & international names in contemporary glass art making, are presented in the publication on even terms. We also get to see some of the faces behind the glass, with portraits, some not published before.



Sklo Union Art Before Industry:
20th Century Czech Pressed Glass

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What people are saying about the book

“I think the book is a triumph. I’m quite sure it’ll remain as THE definitive book on postwar Czech pressed glass, and is testament to the years of work he put into it. Well worth waiting for!”
Mark Hill, Author & Publisher, Hi Sklo Lo Sklo: Postwar Czech Glass Design From Masterpiece to Mass-Produced

“A classic of classics has been born”
Frank Andrews, author of Ysart Glass

“A stunning piece of design”
Karyn Sparks, editor, Antique Explorer magazine

“I received my copy today – it’s fantastic and well worth the wait”
Pip in London

“Fabulous photos, beautifully designed and laid out”
Mike in Cumbria

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