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antique glass by era : Mid-Century • by color • by type: cut glass
Depression Glass Dinnerware Accessories.
Doris
Yeske. Coordinated glass dinnerware sets produced
in the Depression era contained a wonderful variety
of pieces. Showcased are centerpieces, candleholders,
center-handled trays and bowls, tidbit servers, serva
snack sets, relish dishes, candy dishes, cake plates,
punch sets, and more. Captions provide descrip-
tions, manufacturers, dates, measurements, and
current values.
Size:6"x9"•288colorphotosPrice Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2286-9•softcover•$12.95
Depression Glass, Collections and Reflections:
A Guide with Values.
2nd Edition-revised &
expanded
. Doris Yeske. Over 300 color photos,
a history of the Depression glass, comprehensive
descriptions of specific pieces, information on how to
collect and display it, and updated values. Chapters
highlight premium giveaways, popular children’s sets,
unique pitchers and pitcher sets, butter dishes, serving
pieces, the decorated Swanky Swigs, reproductions,
and much more.
Size:6"x9"•306colorphotos
Price Guide • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1588-9•softcover•$12.95
Depression Glass and Beyond: A Guide to
Pattern Identification.
Doris Yeske. Classification
and identification of Depression Glass by the prominent
design in the pattern. Patterns are grouped into 21
overall design categories, including animals, circles
or rings, diamonds, floral, and more. Within each
category, the associated patterns are then listed
and illustrated in alphabetical order. Each pattern is
identified by name, manufacturer, years of production,
and colors used.
Size:6"x9"•369colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1759-8•softcover•$9.95
Depression Glass for Collectors.
Robert
Brenner. Originally given as a premium for pur-
chasing certain products during the Depression
years, this popular colored table glassware of
green, yellow, pink, blue, and other hues is now
avidly collected. Pattern names from Adam to
Windsor are identified, with a price guide and
360 color photos. This is an important part of
glass history and modern culture.
Size:81/2"x11"•360colorphotos
Price Guide • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0670-7•hardcover•$24.95
Elegant Glass: Early, Depression and
Beyond.
Revised & Expanded 4th Edition
.
Debbie & Randy Coe. Over 1000 color photos
display popular Elegant Glass patterns from
major companies, including Cambridge, Fenton,
Fostoria, Heisey, Imperial, Morgantown, New
Martinsville, and Paden City. Captions include
a detailed description of each piece pictured.
A glossary of terms will assist the collector in
identifying their particular piece. .
Size:81/2"x11"•Over1000colorphotos•Price
Guide/Index•256pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4544-9•hardcover•$34.99
Depression Era Dime Store Glass.
C.L. Miller.
Once a staple item along “Main Street, U.S.A.,” dime
stores such as Ben Franklin, G.C. Murphy, and F.W.
Woolworth sold attractive, practical glassware at
affordable prices during the Depression years. Over
240 images, many drawn from original catalogs and
advertisements, document this colorful and highly
collectible merchandise. Values and index included.
Size:6"x9"•over240photos
Price Guide/Index • 144 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0665-0•softcover•$12.95
GlassBarware:Deco&Beyond.
WalterT.Lemiski.
Barwarecocktailshakers,decanters,pitchers,bever-
agedispensers,punchbowls,icebuckets,stemware,
tumblers,beermugs,coasters,swizzlesticks,bitters
bottles,juicereamers,andmorearedisplayedin600
photos.GlasscompaniesincludeCambridge,Duncan
Miller,Fenton,Fostoria,Hazel-Atlas,Heisey,Imperial,
Indiana,Morgantown,PadenCity,andTiffin.Values
are included in thecaptions.
Size:81/2"x11"•601color,1b/wphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2415-2
•softcover•$29.95
Depression Era Art Deco Glass.
Leslie Piña
& Paula Ockner. Art Deco glass made during the
Depression era by Cambridge, Consolidated,
Duncan, Fostoria, Heisey, Libbey, Morgantown,
Tiffin, and many others. More than 350 color
photos of popular and rare examples, values,
patent drawings, & company information.
Size:81/2"x11"•342colorslides,49b&wdiagrams
Price Guide/ Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0718-5•hardcover•$24.95
West Virginia Glass Between the World
Wars.
Dean Six. Over twenty West Virginia glass
companies, including Alley™, Beaumont™,
Fenton™, Fostoria™, Monongah™, Morgan-
town™, Seneca Glass™, and West Virginia
Glass Specialty™, are featured. More than 500
color photographs display items produced from
the 1920s through the 1940s. Advertisements,
individual essays about each company, and
current values.
Size:81/2"x11"•504colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1546-3•hardcover•$29.95
MorgantownGlass:FromDepressionGlass
Through the 1960s.
JeffreyB.Snyder.Afascinat-
ing compendium of the hand-made, mold-blown
glasswareproduced inMorgantown,WestVirginia,
displayedinover860colorphotographs.Thestriking
colors,etchings,cuttings,andcasedfilamentstems
makeMorgantownglassdistinctiveandappealing.
Descriptions of specific techniques are given by
employees.
Size:81/2"x11"•860+colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0504-2•Hardcover•$29.95
circa Fifties Glass from Europe & America.
Leslie Piña. Italian and Scandinavian designer
art glass known as “Fifties glass,” plus popular
modern factory-made glassware from the United
Statesand Italy.Thiscolorfulandhighlycollectible
glass is presented with detailed information on
88designersandmakers,design lists forBarovier
& Toso and for Venini, glossary, bibliography,
and index.
Size:81/2"x11"•505photos
Value Guide/Index • 216 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0229-9•hardcover•$49.95
Popular ’50s and ’60s Glass: Color Along
the River.
Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition
.
Leslie Piña. Commercial glass production along
the Ohio River Valley in the 1950s and 1960s by
companiessuchasBlenko,Pilgrim,Rainbow,Viking,
Kanawaha, Bischiff, Morgantown and others that
madefree-andmold-blownproductionglass.This
revisedandexpanded2ndeditionincludes530color
photos ofthebeautifulglass,itslabels,catalogpages,
andcompanyhistories,andanupdatedpriceguide.
Size:81/2"x11"•532colorphotos
PriceGuide • 176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1368-1•hardcover•$29.95
Fifties Glass.
Revised and Expanded 2nd
Edition
. Leslie Piña. Special emphasis is given to
Italian(Murano)andScandinavianglass,withartist
and designer biographies, company histories, an
illustratedglossary,index,andapriceguide.Ranging
from common collectibles to museum quality art,
these glass objects from the 1950s are all within
that range of style, color, quality, and fun that we
now identifyas“fiftiesglass.”
Size:81/2"x11"•381photos•PriceGuide/Index
•208pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0986-2•hardcover•$49.95
antique glass by color
TheBlackGlassEncyclopedia.
TheWestVirginia
MuseumofAmericanGlass.Over860colorphotos
of unusualblackglassanimals,baskets,candlesticks,
compotes,flowerbowls,stemware,tableware,and
vasesfrom AkroAgate,Blenko,Cambridge,Duncan
&Miller,Fenton,Fostoria,H.C.Fry,Hazel-Atlas, Heisey,
Imperial, Lenox, Libbey, Morgantown, Paden City,
Seneca, Steuben, U.S. Glass, and Westmoreland.
Valuesareprovided. Size:81/2"x11"•868color
and105b/wphotos •PriceGuide•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2312-1•hardcover•$39.95
Purple Glass: 20th Century American &
European.
Leslie Piña, Ed Goshe, and Ruth
Hemminger. Wonderful purple glassware
ranging from American Depression Era glass
and mid-century blown glass from Blenko to
Italian and Scandinavian mid-century glass.
More than 400 color photographs (including
80+ rare catalog pages for identification) and
information on the 60 companies represented
make this book essential for all glass collectors.
Size:81/2"x11"•413colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1515-3•hardcover•$29.95
Cobalt Blue Glass.
Revised & Expanded
2nd Edition
. Monica Lynn Clements & Patricia
Rosser Clements. The wide range of cobalt blue
glass available to the collector shown in nearly
400 color photos, with updated market values,
from Depression Era patterns to reproduction
pieces and new glass, jewelry, condiment pieces,
candlesticks, vases, lamps, bells, perfume bot-
tles, bottles and jars, animals, iridescent glass
pieces, and more.
Size:81/2"x11"•391colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 144 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1258-8•softcover•$24.95
antique glass by type: cut glass
Identifying American Brilliant Cut Glass.
Revised 6th Edition
. Bill and Louise Boggess.
A basic reference, this revised 6th edition includes
an updated value guide, the catalog names for
various shapes in cut glass, and the identity of
280 patterns of American and Canadian glass
by catalog name. It also presents 130 cut glass
pieces known by their company signatures,
patent records, or magazine ads.
Size: 6" x 9" • 970 b/w & color photos • Value
Guide•284pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3318-7•softcover•$19.99
Reflections on American Brilliant Cut
Glass.
Bill and Louise Boggess. Valuable new
information on American Brilliant Cut Glass
is presented here. Colored patterns and their
variations, common and unusual shapes, chang-
ing terminology, and signature marks are all
discussed in detail. Rare pieces, such as those
appearing in exhibitions, are also addressed.
Size:81/2"x11"•950photos
Value Guide • 256 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-722-6•hardcover•$59.95
The Encyclopedia of American Cut and
Engraved Glass.
Revised and Expanded
9th Edition
. Albert Christian Revi. In this classic
work, the author traces the American phases of
this fascinating history by describing the products
of major and minor manufacturers. This book
has been established as the “bible” in this field,
and the addition of 150 new photos and fully
updated text and pricing information make this
edition the best yet.
Size:81/2"x11"•650+photos•PriceGuide/Index•320pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1005-4•hardcover•$69.95
Collecting American Brilliant Cut Glass,
1876-1916.
Bill and Louise Boggess. American
cut glass of the 1876 to 1916 period with vital
information collectors need to identify, select,
and evaluate cut glass. Patterns are identified,
signatures are shown, and major American
companies are described. Thousands of cut glass
pieces are shown, each piece graded for its rarity.
Size:81/2"x11"•1065photos
Value Guide • 320 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-383-2•hardcover•$59.95
Handbook for American Brilliant Cut
Glass.
Bill & Louise Boggess. This practical book
provides guidance in identifying and evaluating
American brilliant cut glass. It is organized by
patterns and illustrated with 396 color and
black and white photographs. Standard, Choice,
Premium, and Rare quality pieces are identified
throughout, and separate value ranges for each
quality of every piece are provided.
Size:81/2"x11"•396b/wphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1225-1•softcover•$29.95
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