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'40s, '50s, & '60s Stemware by Tiffin

’40s, ’50s, & ’60s Stemware by Tiffin

Ed Goshe , Ruth Hemminger & Leslie Piña

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The Tiffin Glass Company, of Tiffin, Ohio, produced hand made Depression Era glass, modern wares, and other collectible glassware, especially from the 1940s through the 1960s. Perhaps best known for its stemware, Tiffin made a wider variety of stemware shapes, cuttings, etchings, and decorations than several other companies combined. This book, with nearly 700 color photos, showcases Tiffin stemware along with original promotional photos, advertisements, and patent drawings, plus company history, detailed captions, price guide, index, and a sampling of tableware from the period.

Size: 11″ x 8 1/2″ | 289 color photos, 376 b/w images | Price Guide/Index | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764308697 | Binding: hard cover


Ed Goshe and Ruth Hemminger are leading forces in the Tiffin Glass Collectors Club and were instrumental in the recent opening of the Tiffin Glass Museum in Tiffin, Ohio. Leslie Pi€a has written numerous other books on glass and other 20th-century decorative arts, including Fostoria, Fifties glass, and Art Deco glass.