The Association for the History of Glass is an educational charity whose aims are to advance knowledge, education and interest in the study of glass of all periods of history throughout the world.
Our members' interests include archaeology, art history, conservation, museum studies, glass collection and glass science.

We publish a biannual newsletter Glass News and organise Study Days each Spring and Autumn, usually in London.

The next meeting of the Association will be:
Fragmentary Tales: A Second Miscellany of Glass
on Friday 20th November 2015 at the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre, Eagle Wharf Road, London N1 7ED at 10:00 a.m Please join us for a day of presentations and discussion about current research and new finds and developments in the world of ancient and historic glass. If you would like to offer a presentation or bring along glass or photographs for identification or discussion, please contact Caroline Jackson (c.m.jackson@sheffield.ac.uk) or Sally Cottam (sally.cottam@kcl.ac.uk). Click here for paper abstracts. If you would like to attend, please send your full contact details and a cheque for 24 GBP (members of AHG, 34 GBP (non-members) or 12 GBP (students) payable to the Association for the History of Glass Ltd to: Denise Allen, 12 Birchy Barton Hill, Exeter EX1 3ET.