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This site is about the glass made by a Spanish family, the Ysarts, in Perth, Scotland, beginning in 1922. (Ysart is pronounced ‘ees-art’)
The content has been gathered by many collectors (see the contributors page) and is subject to continuous peer review. Where possible reference sources for the material are given.
In other words, this is your site and it can only continue to improve with your input, no matter how small. We are making important new discoveries regularly, which help to fill out the flesh of the story and ensure up to date accuracy.
To learn about a particular glass and appreciate its place in history, it is necessary to have some knowledge of similar and related products. For this reason, these pages incorporate additional information on other glass producers and, where possible, illustrations of their work.
Kevin Holt has also contributed a significant effort in ensuring accuracy and consistency of the paperweight aspects of this site - in addition to his own research for his temporarily closed http://www.kevh.glass.btinternet.co.uk/ and the Paperweight Circle web-site.
2007 ongoing (2011): Parts of this site, including the catalogues will be relocated to the new Scotlands's Glass site - some menu links already take you there directly. Minor corrections continue.
In 2011 Frank Andrews donated this site to the Glass-Study Association for permanent preservation. Frank Andrews continues to maintain and update this site. Your donations help.
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