Depression Era Glass by Duncan

Leslie Piña

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The Duncan & Miller Glass Company, of Washington, Pennsylvania, was one of the glassmaking giants of the 1920s -1940s. This book focuses on the company's prolific Depression Era production and includes a valuable prologue about the Victorian wares and an epilogue about their contribution to the Tiffin Glass Co. Over 500 color photos, original catalog pages, advertisements, and patent drawings, combined with a detailed chronology of company history, detailed captions, bibliography, index, and value guide provide a complete reference for this popular glassware.

Size: 11" x 8 1/2" | 457 color photos, 82 b/w images | Price Guide/Index | 176 pp
ISBN13: 9780764309281

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Leslie Pi€a, Ph. D., is an author and authority on twentieth-century decorative arts and design. Among her many other books on glass are Fostoria: Serving the American Table 1887-1986; Fostoria Designer George Sakier; and Fostoria All American. She is also co-author of Depression Era Art Deco Glass and a series on Tiffin.