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antique glass by type: Carnival, crackle, jadite & delphite, milk, slag & vaseline • by form: figurines & Drinking glasses
antique glass by type: carnival glass
Pocket Guide to Carnival Glass.
Monica Lynn
Clements & Patricia Rosser Clements. This attrac-
tive pocket guide presents the story of Carnival
Glass. Included are brief histories of Dugan, Fenton,
Imperial, Millersburg and Northwood. Learn to
identify classic Carnival Glass patterns as well as
contemporary Carnival Glass pieces, along with the
prices you can expect to see in today’s marketplace.
Size:6"x9"•208colorphotos
Price Guide • 128 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1197-2•softcover•$16.95
Carnival Glass: TheMagic and theMystery.
Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition
. Glen
and Stephen Thistlewood. Comprehensive infor-
mation on early 20th century, iridescent Carnival
Glass, colors, shapes, and manufacturers, plus
descriptions of over 500 indiv. patterns. This
edition is expanded and updated, an entire
section with international makers from the
United States, Europe, Australia, South and
Central America, India, and the Far East.
Size:81/2"x11"•326colorand205b/willustrations
•PriceGuide/Index•224pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2989-0•hardcover•$49.99
The Art of Carnival Glass.
Glen & Stephen
Thistlewood. Encyclopedic coverage of Carnival
Glassshapes:bowls,plates,vases,drinkingvessels,
tableware,lighting,tobaccianaandmore,alladorned
with peacocks, flowers, butterflies, fruits, dragons,
and other fanciful treatments. Each photograph
is captioned with complete information including
color, pattern, manufacturer and current values.
AnessentialreferencetoolforallCarnivalcollectors.
Size:81/2"x11"•665colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1963-9•hardcover•$39.95
A Century of Carnival Glass.
Glen & Stephen
Thistlewood.Carnival intheAmericas,Europe,and
India, including itemsfromSowerby,Brockwitz,Eda,
Rindskopf, Jain, and other makers. Contemporary
glass fromFenton, Imperial,Boyd,Mosser,St.Clair,
Summit,Westmoreland,andtheNorthwoodArtGlass
Company is included. Over 500 Carnival patterns,
plusshapes,colors,values,&more.
Size:81/2"x11"•417colorphotos,130b/w illust.
PriceGuide/Index • 256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1209-X•hardcover•$39.95
antique glass by type: crackle glass
Collecting Crackle Glass.
Judy Alford. De-
tailed information describes the styles, shapes,
colors, and crackling procedures that identify
crackle glass and its makers, approximate dates
of creation, and fair market value. The “Manu-
facturer’s Identification” and “Most Collectible”
guidelines found here make it easy to collect
the most desirable pieces.
Size:81/2"x11"•445colorphotos
Value Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0217-5•softcover•$29.95
Crackle Glass in Color: Depression to ’70s.
Leslie Piña. The majority of crackle glass was hand
blownbyWestVirginiancompaniesBlenko,Pilgrim,
andRainbow,andDepressionEracompanies,Tiffin,
Morgantown,andDuncan.Over400colorphotosof
crackleglass,companycatalogpages,informationon
themanufacturers,detailedcaptions, prices,andan
indexmakethisbookamustforstudents,collectors,
anddealersofglass.
Size:81/2"x11"•425color&b/wphotos
PriceGuide/Index•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1136-0•hardcover•$29.95
Crackle Glass Too: 1950s-2000.
Leslie Piña.
Crackle glass has become one of the popular
fields of 20th century glass collecting. This
volume shows thousands of crackle glass items
grouped in more than 300 color photos, with
company histories, detailed captions, current
price guide, bibliography, and index. It will
serve as a reference for students, collectors,
and dealers of this colorful glassware.
Size:81/2"x11"•300colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1404-1•hardcover•$39.95
antique glass by type: jadite & delphite
Delphite & Jadite: A Pocket Guide.
Joe Keller
& David Ross. This handy pocket guide to over
1000 Jadite and Delphite pieces, including many
rarities. Kitchenware, dinnerware, and household
accessories are illustrated in color, with current
prices for the extremely popular Jadite, Delphite,
Chaline, and Fire-King’s opaque blue dinnerware
lines are included.
Size:6"x9"•1000 items in fullcolor
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1640-0•softcover•$16.95
Jadite: An Identification & Price Guide.
Revised & Expanded 4th Edition.
Joe Keller
& David Ross. The first edition of this book was
met with critical and popular enthusiasm. With
over a thousand pieces illustrated in nearly 500
color photographs, it was a tour de force! The
fourth edition offers additional photographs and
a reproduction section, along with current values
to keep up with an ever-changing marketplace.
Size:81/2"x11"•720colorphotos•Price Guide
• 192 pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4686-6•hardcover•$29.99
antique glass by type: milk glass
Milk Glass: & Other Opaque Novelties.
Douglas Congdon-Martin. Explore the world
of milk glass in over 575 beautiful color photos,
including pieces from the major manufacturers,
ranging from hens on nests to miniature bank
buildings and from plates to pigs, with examples
of most of the colors and forms. 19th century
to the late 20th century pieces offer something
for every collector.
Size:81/2"x11"•580colorphotos•PriceGuide
•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2207-9•softcover•$29.95
The Milk Glass Book.
Frank Chiarenza & James
Slater.“Milkglass”todayisconsideredneitherwhite
nor entirely opaque, as illustrated by more than
450photos inthisbook.American,English,French
and other foreign manufacturers are represented.
Twenty-fourpagesfromearlycatalogsoftheFrench
glasshousesVallerysthalandPortieuxarereprintedin
colorillustratingexquisitepieces.Achecklistofmajor
manufacturers,selectedreadings, index,andvalue
guidearealsoprovided.
Size:81/2"x11"•450+colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•228pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0661-8•hardcover•$49.95
MilkGlass:ImperialGlassCorporation.
Myrna
&BobGarrison.Milkglassproducedfromthe1930s
through1984bythe ImperialGlassCorporationof
Bellaire,Ohio. Includesabriefhistoricalperspective,
awidevarietyofdecorationsandtreatments,andthe
patterns and categories used by Imperial. Opaque
and slag glass production is covered as well. Mold
numbers,descriptions,values,andproductiondates
areprovided forallpieces.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 225 color & 494 b/w photos •
160pp. •PriceGuide/IndexI
SBN:0-7643-1262-6•softcover•$29.95
antique glass by type: slag glass
Slag & Marble Glass: The Prominent Years
1959-1985.
Nathan Taves & Don Jennings. Slag
and marble glass from four major producers—
Imperial, Westmoreland, L. G. Wright, and
Fenton—and others, displayed in over 570
color photos with over 900 pieces. Information
on production years, mold names and numbers,
sizes, factory marks, colors made, and values.
Size:81/2"x11"•574colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2652-3•softcover•$29.95
antique glass by type: vaseline
TheBigBookofVaselineGlass.
BarrieSkelcher,
M.Sc.,C.Chem..Over400vaselinepiecesfromBritish,
American, and European glasshouses of the 19th
and first half of the 20th centuries are shown. The
manufacturersareidentifiedalongwiththeiruranium
bearingproducts. Intensegreens,yellows,andpink
huespredominatetheusefulandcollectibletablewares,
fromcondimentcontainersandcandlestickstobowls
andflowervases.
Size:81/2"x11"•431photos•PriceGuide•208pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1474-2•hardcover•$39.95
VaselineGlassware:FascinatingFluorescent
Beauty.
BarrieSkelcher.Thefascinatingandattractive
glassware colored with uranium, popularly called
Vaselineglass,wasmade inGreatBritain,America,
and Europe. Here are well-researched, up-to-date
discussionsandvalues,35comparativecharts,and
over400colorphotosin49chapterscoveringknown
makers, their marks, and specific design groups of
homewares, tablewares,and jewelry.
Size:81/2"x11"•417colorphotos&35b/wcharts
•Priceguide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2699-8•hardcover•$39.95
Pictorial Guide to Vaseline Glass.
Sue C.
Davis. Showcases more than 600 fluorescent
Vaseline glass items made from the mid-1800s
to the present day. Featured are eye-catching
vases, pitchers, salts, bowls, lamps, goblets,
baskets, epergnes, perfumes, and many more.
Includes pattern names, circa dates, manufac-
turers, dimensions, current values, background
information, and glossary.
Size:81/2"x11"•497colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1644-3•hardcover•$29.95
The Picture Book of Vaseline Glass.
Re-
vised & Expanded 2nd Edition
. Sue C. Davis.
With approximately 460 color photos, showing
over 675 different pieces of glass, covering over
60 patterns, this popular book for the devotee
of Vaseline is now in its revised and expanded
second edition! Updated prices are included
in the captions.
Size:81/2"x11"•460colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1257-X•hardcover•$29.95
antique glass by form: figurines
Glass Animals & Figurines.
Debbie and Ran-
dy Coe. Over 950 beautiful color photographs of
Americanglassanimals,fish,birds,mammals,and
people figurines dating from 1876 to the present.
Major manufacturers shown include Cambridge,
Fenton,Heisey,Imperial,PadenCity,NewMartinsville,
Westmoreland,andothers.Awidespectrumofcolors
andshapesaredisplayed,theirbeautyenhancedby
exhaustive research.
Size:81/2"x11"•953colorphotos
PriceGuide•192pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1707-5•softcover•$29.95
GlassElephants.
MyraCoe-Hixson.Forcollectors
ofornamentalglassfigurinesandelephantfanatics
alike. Highlighted makers include Boyd, Fenton,
Fostoria,Heisey, Imperial,L.E.Smith,Mosser,New
Martinsville, Summit, and Tiara from the late 19th
centuryuntilthepresent.Over375clearphotographs,
interesting background text, and current market
values inform and inspire the search for even more
appealingexamples.
Size:81/2"x11"•378colorphotos
PriceGuide•112pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1935-3•softcover•$24.95
antique glass by form: drinking glasses
Peanut Butter Glasses: 3rd Edition Revised
and Expanded.
Barbara E. Mauzy. This revised
and expanded third edition of the one authoritative
book, designed to lovers of these colorful tumblers,
has more than 150 additional glasses. Updated
values have been assigned throughout. This is the
book you must own and carry if you are buying or
selling peanut butter glasses. Size:6"x9"•1,150+
colorphotos•PriceGuide•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3544-0•softcover•$19.99
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