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antique tiles • antique glass by era: Victorian & Mid-century
The Encyclopedia of American Art Tiles.
Norman Karlson. Over 4500
images in four volumes illustrate art tiles produced across the United States
from the late nineteenth through the twentieth centuries. Tile installations,
panels, individual tiles, and inserts in distinctive art styles of six regions are
displayed. Among the many companies represented are Grueby, Marblehead,
Saturday Evening Girls, A. E. Hull, American Encaustic, Rookwood, Weller, Flint
Faience, George Ohr, Niloak, Newcomb, California Art Tile, Brayton Laguna,
Catalina Pottery, Gladding McBean, and Pacific Clay Products.
The text includes identification as well as valuable advice on collecting art
tiles, a glossary, an index, and bibliography. This set is an essential reference
for all who are fascinated with the ceramic arts.
TheEncyclopediaofAmericanArtTiles:Region
1NewEnglandStates;Region2Mid-Atlantic
States.
NormanKarlson.Over1100photosdisplay
arttilesmadeinNewEnglandandtheMiddleAtlantic
statesduringthelate19thand20thcenturiesbymany
companies, including: Harris Strong, U.S. Pottery,
Dedham,Grueby,J.&J.G.Low,PaulRevere,Tiffany,
Fulper, Pittsburgh Encaustic, Star Encaustic, and
WheelingTile.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 1125 color and b/w photos •
Index•272pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2232-X•hardcover•$69.95
The Encyclopedia of American Art Tiles:
Region 3 Midwestern States.
Norman
Karlson. Over 1300 images display art tiles made
in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, North & South Dakota, Iowa, and
Missouri by many companies, including: A. E.
Hull, American Encaustic, Biloxi Art Pottery,
Cowan, Flint Faience, National Tile, Pewabic,
Rookwood,Rushmore,U.S.Encaustic,andWeller.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 1325 color and b/w photos •
Index•272pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2231-1•hardcover•$69.95
TheEncyclopediaofAmericanArtTiles:Region
4 South and Southwestern States; Region 5
Northwest and Northern California.
Norman
Karlson. Over 700 images display art tiles made in
Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas,
Colorado,Washington,andNorthernCaliforniabysuch
companiesas:Abington,Arequipa,CaliforniaFaience,
Cathedral Oaks, Newcomb, Niloak, Pigeon Forge,
SanJose,Solon&Schemmel,VanBriggle,andWaco.
Size:81/2"x11"•714colorandb/wphotos
Index•256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2235-4•hardcover•$69.95
The Encyclopedia of American Art Tiles:
Region 6 Southern California.
Norman
Karlson. Distinctive Southern California art
tiles are revealed in over 1300 photos from
companies including: Alhambra Kilns, American
Encaustic, Brayton Laguna, California Clay
Products, D. & M. Tile, Frederick Hurten Rhead,
Gladding McBean, Malibu, Pacific Clay Products,
Pomona, Robertson, Sascha Brastoff, Tropico,
and Western Art Tile.
Size:81/2"x11" •1370photos• Index•272pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2230-3•hardcover•$69.95
California Tile: The Golden Era,
1910-1940: Acme to Handcraft.
California Heritage Museum, Joseph
A. Taylor, Editor. During the first half of
the 20th century, California tile makers
produced richly patterned tiles. Over
800 color images this volume capture
the beauty of 100s of tiles from com-
panies named Acme to Handcraft. Rare
archival photos.
Size:11"x81/2"•800+colorphotos•248pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1942-6•hardcover•$59.95
California Tile: The Golden Era,
1910-1940: Hispano-Moresque
to Woolenius.
California Heritage
Museum, Joseph A. Taylor, Editor. Over
850 color images capture the beauty
of tiles from companies named His-
pano-Moresque to Woolenius, and tile
furnishings and crafts from Cellini-Craft,
Hillside Pottery, and Monterey Furniture.
Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 850+ color photos
•248pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1943-4•hardcover•$59.95
Flint Faience Tiles A - Z.
Margaret Carney,
Ph.D. & Ken Galvas. Flint Faience tiles made from
1921-33, arranged alphabetically by subject, the
book covers company history, major designers,
and tile designs, including Art Deco and Arts &
Crafts style, animal and nursery rhyme designs,
geometric motifs, dramatic murals, and more.
Installations in homes, schools, churches, and
swimming pools are also shown.
Size:81/2"x11"•808color&24b/wphotos
Price Guide/Index • 288 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2040-8•hardcover•$69.95
antique glass by era: victorian
Victorian Decorative Glass: British Designs,
1850-1914.
Mervyn Gulliver. Thousands of
beautiful hand-formed decorative glassware
designs from British manufacturers, for export
and domestic use, from 1850 to 1914. Detailed
analysis and more than 850 color photographs
and hundreds of carefully hand-drawn illustra-
tions provide a visual feast to study and enjoy.
Size:81/2"x11"•851colorphotos
Price Guide • 320 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1597-8•hardcover•$79.95
VictorianGlassNovelties.
Jo&BobSanford.Over
590colorphotosand80vintageadsdisplayVictorian
novelties in clear and colored glass. Novelty candy
containers,decanters,perfumebottles,toothpickand
matchholders,shakers,condimentjars,andtableware
infancifulformsrangingfromanimalsandhumansto
fruit,vegetables,andpersonalapparelare inthisfas-
cinatingbook.Abibliographyandvaluesareprovided.
Size:81/2"x11"•696colorphotos•PriceGuide/Index
•192pp.•ISBN:0-7643-1703-2•hardcover•$39.95
antique glass by era: mid-century
Mid-Century Modern Glass in America.
Dean Six with Paul Eastwood. Illustrated with
over 690 brilliant color and black and white
photos, the engaging text takes readers through
the Mid-century Modern glass made in America.
The book is divided into two sections, the first
on glass manufacturers and the second on
glass decorators and designers. Cold glass
decorations displayed include painting, decals,
cutting, etching, and all other surface decoration.
Size:81/2"x11"•692color&b/wphotos•272pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4744-3•hardcover•$39.99
Mauzy’s Depression Glass: A Photographic
Reference and Price Guide.
Revised & Ex-
panded 7th Edition
. Barbara & JimMauzy. The
7theditionoftheworld’smostusedandauthoritative
bookonDepressionGlassprovidesmorethan350
newphotos.220additionalpieceshavebeenadded
tothepatterns,alongwithaccuratemeasurements,
currentvalues,up-to-datereproduction information,
andtwomorepatterns.(Former ISBN:978-0-7643-
3275-3)
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 1300+ color photos • Price
Guideand Index•288pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3937-0•hardcover•$34.99
Mauzy’s Rare, Unusual, & Unique Depres-
sion Glass.
Barbara & JimMauzy. 150 photos
of more than 220 noteworthy vintage glassware
items, many thought to be unique. These are
rarest and most special Depression Glass pieces
seen by these preeminent authors of the premier
Depression Glass references. Some are scarce
or have an unusual color or decoration. These
pieces will fascinate and delight DG collectors.
Size:81/2"x11"•168colorphotos•96pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3031-5•hardcover•$24.99
Mauzy’s Comprehensive Handbook of Depression
Glass Prices.
Revised & Expanded 10th Edition
.
Barbara & JimMauzy. Dealers and collectors alike will find
169 patterns of Depression Glass, Fire-King, and more with
complete listings of all the pieces in all the colors. Included
are the latest reproductions information, quantity columns,
and accurate pricing, in a user-friendly format.
Size:4"x81/2"•169colorphotos•PriceGuide/Index•272pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4280-6•softcover•$12.99
Mauzy’s Depression Era Kitchen Glass.
Barbara & Jim Mauzy. More than 45 manufac-
turers are represented including: Westmoreland,
Sneath, Paden City, Cambridge, McKee, Jean-
nette, Hocking, Hazel-Atlas, and Federal. Almost
100 different kinds of kitchen glassware are
featured including: canisters, dispensers, cruets,
refrigerator dishes, and rolling pins. Over 500
clear photos, arranged by color, manufacturing
information, measurements, values, and more.
Size:81/2"x11"•500+colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2555-8•hardcover•$29.95
Mauzy’s Kitchen Glass: A Photographic
Reference with Prices.
Barbara & Jim
Mauzy. Over 400 color photos of reamers,
mixing bowls, refrigerator dishes, shakers,
drippings jars, canisters, provisions jars, mea-
suring cups, cruets, and scores of other items
from the 1920s through the 1950s, with
clear explanations, values, measurements,
manufacturing information, and much more.
Vintage glass that is lovely to see, easy to use,
and interesting to collect.
Size:81/2"x11"•403colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2103-X•hardcover•$29.95
Depression Glass Postcards.
Barbara &
Jim Mauzy. Forty colorful images on perfo-
rated postcards explore the beautiful range
of Depression Glass in a variety of colors and
patterns by leading companies, as widely
sought after by collectors. This is the perfect
gift for any Depression Glass enthusiast.
Size:51/4"x7"•40colorphotos•40pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2233-8•softcover•$14.95
A Pocket Guide to Pink Depression Era Glass.
Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition
. Patricia
Clements and Monica Clements. Over 200 piec-
es of pink Depression Era glass from such firms
as Bartlett-Collins, Cambridge, Federal, Fostoria,
Hazel-Atlas, Imperial, Westmoreland, and others,
with examples of 45 different patterns. This revised
and expanded second edition features some new
photographs and newly revised prices.
Size:6"x9"•224colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1369-X•softcover•$16.95
The Pocket Guide to Green Depression Era Glass.
Monica Lynn Clements & Patricia Rosser Clements.
Forty-six patterns and brief histories of the glass
companies, along with a chapter of incidental pieces
from such firms as Anchor Hocking, Bartlett-Collins,
Federal, Hazel-Atlas, Imperial, L. E. Smith, U. S. Glass
and others. An indispensable guide for all who collect
Depression Era glass and enjoy the beauty of green
glassware.
Size:6"x9"•260colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1535-8•softcover•$16.95
Colors & Patterns of Depression Era Glassware.
Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition
. Doris Yeske
and Lyle Fokken. This revised edition focuses on 16 of
the most popular glass colors of the Depression era. It
identifies, dates, and values over 300 glass patterns
in 384 color photos. All of the items shown include
their pattern name, manufacturer, date of production,
tips for identification, and current values. An updated
index of patterns and manufacturers is included. Size:
6"x9"•384colorphotos•PriceGuide/Index•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4117-5•softcover•$14.99
Depression Glass: A Collector’s Guide.
Revised
& Expanded 7th Edition
. Doris Yeske. This is the
perfect starter book for any would-be collector - a
gentle and humorous introduction to the hobby starting
with the origins of the glass, leading them through
garage sales and auctions, and on to a more extensive
knowledge of specific colors, patterns, pieces, and
prominent companies.
Size:6"x9"•243+colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2244-3•softcover•$9.95
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