Depression Glass and Beyond: A Guide to Pattern Identification

Doris Yeske

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This indispensable reference guide helps you determine the classification and identification of Depression Glass and other collectible glassware by the prominent design in the pattern. Glassware patterns from the 1920s through the 1970s are grouped into twenty-one overall design categories; these include animals, circles or rings, diamonds, floral, fruit, geometric, ribbed, scroll, and more. Within each category, the associated patterns are then listed and described in alphabetical order. Each pattern is identified by its name, manufacturer, years of production, and colors used. Over 360 color photos illustrate the patterns that appear on a variety of beautiful shapes and in different colors. Current market values are included in the captions. This book provides the key to quick identification of glassware patterns and will be an invaluable tool for glass collectors, fanciers, and dealers.

Size: 6" x 9" | 369 color photos | Price Guide/Index | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764317590

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Doris Yeske is a retired teacher and veteran collector from Wisconsin. This is her third book on Depression Glass for Schiffer Publishing.