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Depression Era Art Deco Glass

Depression Era Art Deco Glass

Leslie Piña & Paula Ockner

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From Anchor Hocking’s Manhattan pattern to Carder and Teague designs for Steuben, all of the major American companies who made Art Deco glass during the Depression Era-Cambridge, Consolidated, Duncan, Fostoria, Heisey, Libbey, Morgantown, Tiffin, and many others-are presented in this long-awaited book. With more than 350 color photos of both popular and rare examples, informative captions with values, plus patent drawings, company information, a bibliography, and a detailed index, this book will delight anyone interested in this highly collectible American glassware or in the Art Deco style.

Size: 8 1/2″ x 11″ | 342 color slides, 49 b & w diagrams | Price Guide/Index | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764307188 | Binding: hard cover

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Leslie Pi€a, Ph.D., has written and co-authored many Schiffer books on various types of glass, including Fostoria and Tiffin, and on Art Deco, from Chase chrome to Gilbert Rohde furniture.Paula Ockner is a collector and well-known authority on glass and other twentieth-century decorative arts. She and Leslie co-authored Art Deco Aluminum: Kensington.