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antique glass by company
L.G. Wright Glass.
TheWestVirginiaMuseum
of American Glass, Ltd.. Over 190 illustrations
from L.G. Wright catalogs display the vast array
of glassware items sold by this company from c.
1937 to 1999, including Early American Pattern
Glass goblets, animal covered dishes, Opalescent,
Carnival, Cased, Custard, Moon & Star, and
Art glass, pressed patterns, and novelties. The
captions for the catalog pages include original
patternnames, lineorpiecenumbers,andcurrent
market values.
Size:81/2"x11"•194colorphotos•Price Guide/
Index • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1861-6•softcover•$29.95
Lotus: Depression Glass and
Far Beyond.
Dean Six. Lotus Glass
Company decorated blanks from Bryce,
Cambridge, Central, Duncan & Miller,
Fostoria, Heisey, Imperial, Lancaster,
Morgantown, Paden City, Tiffin, Viking,
West Virginia Glass Specialty, Westmo-
reland, and Weston. Over 200 images,
most from original catalog pages and
ads, display these decorative patterns.
Size:11"x81/2"•129color,75b/wphotos•PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2163-3•softcover•$29.95
McKee Kitchen Glass of the Depression
Years.
Barbara E. Mauzy. Popular kitchen glass
from the Depression Era including bowls, reamers,
measuring cups, shakers, and more. This new
book offers historical insight into the McKee
Glass Company and vivid photography to pres-
ent its diverse, multi-colored products. 1000s
of items are shown and identified, each with
measurements and values given in the captions.
Size:81/2"x11"•327colorphotos•PriceGuide/
Index•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3084-1•hardcover•$29.99
Paden City Glassware.
Paul&DeboraTorsiello
and Tom & Arlene Stillman. Paden City Glass
Manufacturing Company, of Paden City, West
Virginia, manufactured popular etched table-
ware in many colors between 1916 and 1951.
Distinctive Paden City glass colors are shown
and 40 different patterns and etched decorations
are described and illustrated.
Size:81/2"x11"•625colorphotos
Price Guides • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1493-9•softcover•$29.95
The Essence of Pairpoint: Fine Glass-
ware 1918-1938.
Marion & Sandra Frost.
Elegant glassware was hand-produced by skilled
glass blowers and engravers at the Pairpoint
Corporation in New Bedford, Massachusetts,
between 1918 and 1938. With this new book,
glass enthusiasts can identify the shapes and
patterns of Pairpoint’s artistic treasures. Value
guide included.
Size:81/2"x11"•599colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 240 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1419-X•hardcover•$59.95
TheComprehensiveGuidetoPairpointGlass
ShapesandPatterns.
Marion&SandraFrost.Over
770photosandcatalogimagesprovideidentification
of Pairpoint glass shapes and patterns made from
1918-1938.Over300newly identifiedblankshapes
andalmost50newlydiscoveredengravingpatterns.
Dimensional information is provided whenever
possible. Never before has so much information
aboutPairpointshapesandpatternsbeenassembled
inoneplace.
Size:81/2"x11"•240pp.
194color&578b/w images
ISBN:0-7643-2417-9•hardcover•$59.95
Phoenix Art Glass: An Identification and
Value Guide.
Leland Marple. This beautifully
photographed and extensively researched book
identifies hundreds of Phoenix Art Glass table-
ware, lighting products, and novelties Organized
by mold and optic patterns, the objects are
presented in an easy-to-follow format. With
values in the captions, this beautiful book will
become an indispensable reference.
Size:81/2"x11"•390color&b&wphotos•Price
Guide•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2044-0•softcover•$29.95
Elegant Seneca Glass: Victorian—De-
pression—Modern.
Jennifer A. Lindbeck.
This book showcases an amazing assortment
of Seneca’s hand-blown and hand-cut crystal
glassware patterns produced between 1891
and 1983. Over 750 color photos display stem,
bar, and table ware; rare, early, unusually large,
and colored pieces; unbelievable place settings,
and much more.
Size:81/2"x11"•750photos
Price Guide/Index • 192 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1141-7•hardcover•$29.95
Seneca Glass: A Guide to Catalogs and
Prices.
Preface by Jennifer A. Lindbeck. This
authoritative,numberedreferenceguide identifies
anddocumentshundredsofpatterns,cuts,stems,
and etchings from the Seneca Glass Company
during its 92 years of production. It includes a
comprehensive reprinting of a broad range of
Seneca catalogs from 1891 to 1983.
Size:81/2"x11"•700+orig.catalogpages
Price Guide/Index • 256 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1140-9•softcover•$24.95
Tiffin Glass, 1914-1940.
Leslie Piña & Jerry
Gallagher. Tiffin was one of the giants of American
glassmaking. This is the first book to present all
color photos of hundreds of Tiffin’s products.
Vases, bowls, and candlesticks in a wide variety
of colors and styles, from common to rare, are
all in this book, with large sections devoted to
Tiffin’s pressed satin glass, lamps, and baskets.
Size:81/2"x11"•527colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0102-0•hardcover•$29.95
Depression Era Stems & Table-
ware: Tiffin.
Ed Goshe, Ruth Hem-
minger, and Leslie Piña. Most of the
Tiffin glass presented in this volume is
from the 1920s and 1930s. More than
450 illustrations—color photographs,
catalog pages, advertisements, and
drawings—plus a current price guide
make this perfect for the collector, re-
searcher, or dealer.
Size:11"x81/2"•colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0652-9•hardcover•$29.95
’40s, ’50s, & ’60s Stemware by
Tiffin.
Ed Goshe, Ruth Hemminger
& Leslie Piña. The Tiffin Glass Com-
pany produced popular hand-made
stemware from the 1940s-1960s. 650+
color photos, including advertisements
and patent drawings, showcase Tiffin’s
stemwareshapes,cuttings,etchings,and
decorations. Here is a useful history of
the company, detailed captions, price
guide, and index.
Size:11"x81/2"•289colorphotos,376b/w images•PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0869-6•hardcover•$29.95
Tiffin Modern Mid-Century Art Glass.
Ruth
Hemminger, Ed Goshe, & Leslie Piña. Valuable
information including color and optics identifi-
cation guides will make this book a hit among
Tiffin glass collectors and help introduce many to
the modern designs of this important American
glass company.
Size:81/2"x11"•563photos
Price Guide • 216 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0320-1•hardcover•$39.95
Tiffin Glass 1940-1980: Figurals, Paper-
weights, PressedWare.
Ruth Hemminger, Ed
Goshe,andLesliePiña. Important informationon
Tiffin’s pressed ware joins a color identification
guide, nearly 500 archival and color photos, and
catalog pages, detailed captions, and a price
guide. Vases, bowls, candlesticks, and ashtrays
areshown inmanycolorsandstyles inaddition to
the popular figurals and paperweights produced
by Tiffin Glass.
Size:81/2"x11"•470color&b/wphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1422-X•hardcover•$29.95
The Glass Industry in Sandwich.
Raymond E. Barlow & Joan E. Kaiser.
The Glass Industry in Sandwich (TGIS)
is a series of 4 hard cover
books. Each main volume has one or two soft cover
Guides to Sandwich
Glass (GSG)
, which are partial editions which include prices, and there is
a separate
Price Guide
. Together they present complete histories of the
glass companies that were located in Sandwich, Massachusetts, between
1825 and 1922, with over color photos of Sandwich Glass.
TGIS Vol. 1:
Cup plates, free-blown and blown
molded tableware, pressed tableware, salts.
Size:9"x12"•504photos• Index•328pp.
ISBN:0-88740-551-7•hardcover•$120.00
GSG,Vol.1,Pt.1:BlownTableware,Pressed
Cup Plates, and Salts
Size:9"x12"•252photos•Pr.Guide•208pp.
ISBN:0-88740-553-3•softcover•$29.95
GSG, Vol. 1, Pt. 2: Pressed Tableware.
In-
cludes the Lacy glass.
Size:9"x12"•252photos•PriceGuide•96pp.
ISBN:0-88740-552-5•softcover•$29.95
TGIS: Vol. 2:
Electric lighting, gas lighting, lamp
shades&globes,overlay lamps,suspension lamps
and lanterns, & whale oil lamps.
Size:9’’x12’’•476photos• Index•300pp.
ISBN:0-88740-170-8•hardcover•$95.00
GSG, Vol. 2, Pt. 1. Whale Oil Lamps and
Accessories
Size:9’’x12’’•238photos•Pr.Guide•144pp.
ISBN:0-88740-171-6•softcover•$24.95
GSG, Vol. 2, Pt 2: Kerosene Lamps and
Accessories.
Size:9"x12"•240photos•Pr.eGuide•132pp.
ISBN:0-88740-172-4•softcover•$24.95
TGIS. Vol. 3.
Accounts of the Boston and Sand-
wichGlassCompanybetween1858and1882,the
CapeCodGlassWorks1858-1864,and theCape
CodGlassCompany1864-1869.Vases,colognes,
witch balls, toys, and specialized containers.
Size:9’’x12’’•417photos• Index•280pp.
ISBN:0-88740-081-7•hardcover•$79.95
GSG, Vol. 3, Pt. 1: Vases, Colognes and
Stoppers.
Size:9’’x12’’•224photos•Pr.Guide•108pp.
ISBN:0-88740-082-5•softcover•$23.50
GSG, Vol. 3, Pt. 2: Witch Balls, Containers
and Toys
Size:9’’x12’’•193photos•Pr.Guide•100pp.
ISBN:0-88740-083-3•softcover•$23.50
TGIS, Vol. 4
. Late phases, including Nehemiah
Packwoods and J.B. Vodon glass cutters. Can-
dlesticks, epergnes, insulators, late blown ware,
threaded glass, tableware, vasa murrhna. (no
dustjacket)
Size:9’’x12’’•496photos• Index•381pp.
ISBN:0-9610166-2-0•hardcover•$95.00
TGIS, Vol. 5.
Fine cut, etched and engraved ware;
household, commercial, and scientific, bottles
marketed in the 1800s. Also objects not available
whentheother4volumes inthisserieswerewritten.
A roster of 1500 employees and their occupations.
Size:9"x12"•283• Index•219pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0699-5•hardcover•$79.95
GSG, Vol. 5: Cutware, AGeneral Assortment.
Size:9"x12"•283colorphotos•149pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0708-8•softcover•$39.95
TheGlass Industry InSandwich:PriceGuide.
Joan E. Kaiser & Raymond E. Barlow.
Size:81/2"x11"•PriceGuide•48pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0760-6•softcover•$15.00
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