Annual General Meeting
The Association holds its Annual General Meeting in the Autumn of each year, usually in London, linked to a study day or conference.

Study Days and Other meetings
Each year the Association holds two day meetings usually in Spring and Autumn, with a programme of papers from invited speakers on a topical theme.

The next meeting of the Association will be:
Glass for Eating, Drinking and Making Merry
15 June 2015 at the Wallace Collection, London W1U 3BN. This study day on the use of table glass of all periods is being planned in conjunction with the Glass Association (GA) and the Glass Circle (GC). Glass has always been made because people wanted to buy and use it. Without customers who wanted to use glass, there would have been no glass industries. Yet much more work has been done on production than use. Why did people choose glass instead of ceramics or pewter? Was the table glass used in homes, inns and taverns the same, or different? What difference was there between city and country; upstairs and downstairs? Such questions are often asked, but less frequently answered so it is hoped to use this opportunity to study how, why, where and when table glass was used in different eras. If you would like to contribute a paper please email The cost of the day will be 12 GBP (15 Euros) for students, 24 GBP (30 Euros) for members of the AHG, GA, GC or Friends of the Wallace Collection and 34 GBP (45 Euros) for non-members. Lunch is not provided, but is available locally.

Past Study days