Sorzano, Rigel. 'Fluid Glass', Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira, Published: 11 11 2019.
 Ciara Curtin, "Fact or Fiction?: Glass Is a (Supercooled) Liquid." Scientific American.com., 22 February 2008. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/fact-fiction-glass-liquid/
 Thegn Ladefoged et al., "Social network analysis of obsidian artefacts and Māori interaction in northern Aotearoa New Zealand." PLoS ONE 14(3): e0212941, 2. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0212941
 Nigel Isaacs, "The Changing Shape of Window Glass." Build, June/July 2007, 118-9, 118. Apart from a period of about 28 years between 1963 to 1991, when it was manufactured in Whangarei by New Zealand Window Glass Ltd., window glass has remained an import in New Zealand (118-9).
 Fiona Ciaran, Stained Glass Windows of Canterbury, New Zealand. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 1998, 47. Robert Fraser, for example, set up what may have been the New Zealand's first stained glass studio in about 1893, and designed his own patented kiln to produce painted glass (Ciaran, Stained Glass Windows in Canterbury, 47; Jock Phillips. 'Fraser, Robert Henry', Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 1993. Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, https://teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/2f24/fraser-robert-henry (accessed 11 October 2019). Fraser's studio later became part of Miller Studios, whose stained glass section closed in 1987 (Ciaran, Stained Glass Windows of Canterbury, 47, 51-52).
 Ciaran, Stained Glass Windows of Canterbury, Chapter 5; Jock Phillips and Chris Maclean, In the Light of the Past: Stained Glass Windows in New Zealand Houses. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1983, 32, 73, 93-97, 111-2. There were various reasons for this demise, including the postwar housing crisis, and the fact that state houses, which "provided the model for the solid, cheap homes which private builders constructed in the post-war years", did not include leadlights (In the Light of the Past, 112).
 Louise Callan, 'Looking into Glass." New Zealand Geographic, January 1989, Issue 1, 68-84; Grace Cochrane, "New Zealand Glass Today", in New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass, New Zealand Glass Art. Auckland: David Bateman Ltd., 2010, 8; Stuart Park, "The Beginnings of New Zealand Glass", in New Zealand Glass Art, 11.
 Park, "The Beginnings of New Zealand Glass", 11. The New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts' 1951 Craft Exhibition did include six exhibits of blown glass by an E. F. Proctor, including a cocktail set, bridge scorers, a cigarette holder and a set of swans: New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, Catalogue of the Craft Exhibition, 1951. Wellington: The New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, c1951, 33.
 Park, "The Beginnings of New Zealand Glass", 11, 12; see also the essays by Robert Bell and James Mack in Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Pacific Glass 83: a selected survey of contemporary glass art from five Pacific rim countries. New Plymouth: The Gallery 1983
 James Mack, "Glass Art in New Zealand", in Pacific Glass 83, 10-13, 13.
 Park, "The Beginnings of New Zealand Glass", 2; Chris Maclean, "Stained Glass in New Zealand." New Zealand Crafts 7 (September / October 1983) 15-17, 16; Douglas Lloyd Jenkins and Lucy Hammonds, 'Crafts and applied arts - Ceramics, glass, jewellery and textiles, 1980s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/crafts-and-applied-arts/page-8 (accessed 14 October 2019).
 Rena Jarosewitsch, "3 Panel Stained Glass Folding Screen", in Paula Savage, Jenny Pattrick, and Margaret Belich, The Human Touch: Contemporary New Zealand Craft at the Bath-House, Rotorua's Art & History Museum, 3 November 1989 - 29 January 1990. Rotorua, N.Z.: Bath-House, Rotorua's Art & History Museum, 1989, 33.
Jane Groufsky, "Three questions for three jewellers", 23 August 2016.
Peter Cape, Artists and Craftsmen in New Zealand. Auckland: Collins, 1969.
Douglas Lloyd Jenkins, At Home: A Century of New Zealand Design. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2004.
Tony Williams: Goldsmith. Dunedin: Tony Williams Gallery; Nelson: Potton & Burton, 2018.
Grace Cochrane, Smart Works: Design and the Handmade. Sydney: Powerhouse Publishing, 2007.
Sally J Cantwell, "Elizabeth Fraser-Davies: Enamellist." New Zealand Crafts 39 (Autumn 1992), 21-22.
Elizabeth Fraser-Davies, Colin Fraser-Davies, The Enamellists' Handbook. Pitman, 1988.
Stuart Park's blog, "New Zealand Glass."
New Zealand glass seemed to come full circle as glassblowers Keith Grinter and Nigel Jones worked with artist Dane Mitchell to create over two and a half thousand glass fulgurites for Mitchell's Sketches of Meteorological Phenomena, exhibited in 2017.