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antique glass by company • international glass: italy & scandinavia • stained glass • glass reference • silver
U.S.GlassCompany:DecoratedSatinGlass
andLampsofthe1920s.
TiffinGlassCollectors
Club.Colorphotosandhand-coloredcatalogpages
illustrateshapesandpatternsproducedbyFactories
D,G,andKofU.S.GlassCompanyduringthe1920s.
The various techniques used to decorate the satin
ware include painted and gold, bright with satin
finish,etchedandcut, lines,patterns,aswellastheir
classicembosseddesigns.Currentmarketvalues.
Size:81/2"x11"•345color,87b&wphotos
PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2048-3•softcover•$29.95
Viking Glass: 1944-1970.
Dean Six. Over 520
colorphotosofhandmadeVikingmodernglassware,
including animals, baskets, candelabras, novelties,
smoking items, tablewares, and vases. Patterns,
cuttings, and etchings include Banford, Crackle,
Encore,ThreeFoils,andVikingStar.Thetextprovides
listingsoftheVikingproduct linesfromAncestralto
Tundra.Currentmarketvalues.
Size:81/2"x11"•524colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1859-4•softcover•$29.95
international glass: italy
Fratelli Toso: Italian Glass 1854-1980.
Leslie
Piña. The extraordinary glass produced by Fratelli
Toso, with 400+ color photographs of 19th and
early 20th century murrine glass, 20th century
factory production, and unique art glass; history
of the company, chronology, detailed captions,
bibliography, index, and value guide this book
make this book indispensable.
Size:9"x12"•415colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 224 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2026-2•hardcover•$69.95
Archimede Seguso: mid-mod glass frommu-
rano: lace & stone.
Leslie Piña. The full array of
theextraordinaryglassworksofArchimedeSeguso
(1909-1999), in almost 500 full color photos from
collections around the world. With focus on the
1950s and the Venice Biennales, his designs for
decanters, vases, bowls, and animal sculpture are
shown with detailed captions and a price guide.
Also includes a history, bibliography, index, and
illustratedglossaryof terms.
Size:9"x12"•489colorphotos•
PriceGuide/Index•244pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2661-5•hardcover•$69.95
ItalianGlass:Century20.
LesliePiña.Avaluable
resourceonmodernItalianglasswithapproximately
700fullcolorphotosofalmost1000examplesofglass
from1900to2000,andanemphasisonthehighly
collectiblemid-centuryperiod.Nearlyeverycompany
and technique is represented. Company histories,
designerbiographies,glossary,bibliography, index,
andvalueguidemake thisan ideal referencebook.
Size:81/2"x11"•567colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•240pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1929-9•hardcover•$69.95
MuranoMagic:CompleteGuidetoVenetian
Glass,ItsHistoryandArtists.
CarlI.Gable.The
islandsofMurano,inthelagoonofVenice,havebeen
a sheltered community of glass artists for at least
700years.With250stunningcolorphotographsof
Murano glass art and a detailed text that includes
historical information and family trees, this book is
original in its comprehensive presentation of the
artists,bothpastandpresent.
Size:9"x12"•250colorphotos
Priceguide/Index•272pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1946-9•hardcover•$79.95
international glass: scandinavia
Scandinavian Glass: Creative Energies.
William L. Geary. A sweeping survey of the
Scandinavian glass produced in 20th century
Finnish and Swedish communities, including Or-
refors, Iittala, Johansfors, Kosta, and Nuutajarvi.
Over 330 color photos illustrate the histories
of the factories and artisans. A bibliography,
index, and current market values in the captions
are provided.
Size:81/2"x11"•333colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 192 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1709-1•hardcover•$59.95
Scandinavian Glass 1930-2000: Fire & Sea.
Leslie Piña, Ph.D. & Lorenzo Vigier. Scandinavian
companies like Orrefors, Kosta, iittala, Nuutajarvi
Notsjo, Holmegaard, Riihimaen Lasi, and many
less famous firms, have been on the creative
edge of glass design for over 75 years. Here is
the chronicle of their work with more than 700
photos, comprehensive designer biographies,
company histories, close-ups of labels and
signatures, bibliography, index, and price guide.
Size:9’x12"•700+colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 256 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2449-7•hardcover•$69.95
ScandinavianGlass1930-2000:Smoke&Ice.
Lorenzo Vigier & Leslie Piña. This book surveys the
entire range of Scandinavian glass companies and
designers,focusingontheiruseofdarktones andthe
clearcrystal.100sofcolorphotographschroniclethe
creationsthataroseoutofSweden,Denmark,Finland,
andNorway.Itincludesdetailedcaptions,signatures
and labels, company histories, designer biographies,
acomprehensivebibliography,index,andpriceguide.
Size:9"x12"•600+colorphotos •PriceGuide/Index
•224pp.•ISBN:0-7643-1653-2•hardcover•$59.95
Scandinavian Ceramics and Glass: 1940s
to 1980s
. George Fischler & Barrett Gould.
Scandinavian glass and ceramics from Frib-
erg, Lindberg, Nylund, Kåge, Hald, Palmquist,
Wirkkala, Sarpaneva, and Lindstrand, made by
Rörstrand, Gustavsberg, Arabia, Saxbo, Palshus,
Orrefors, Kosta, and Iittala. Over 500 color
photos illustrate this beautiful volume.
Size:81/2"x11"•390colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1163-8•hardcover•$49.95
antique stained glass windows & doors
Old Stained Glass for the Home: A Guide
for Collectors and Designers.
Revised 2nd
Edition
. Douglas Congdon-Martin. Over 350
examples of architectural stained glass span-
ning several countries and many years. Styles
range from Victorian intricacy to the geometry
of the Prairie School and include etched glass,
beveled constructions, and leaded windows.
Updated Price Guide.
Size:81/2"x11"•350+colorimages•PriceGuide
•160pp.• ISBN:978-0-7643-3316-3•softcover
•$29.99
Stained Glass Windows and Doors: An-
tique Gems for Today’s Homes.
Douglas
Congdon-Martin. The wide ranging glass that
is available in the antique market with current
values. With hundreds of windows and doors
photographed in full color, this is an invaluable
resource. Dimensions and information about the
historical context and the artists who produced
the glass are provided.
Size:81/2"x11"•500+colorphotos•PriceGuide•
192pp.•ISBN:0-7643-2276-1•hardcover•$39.95
AntiqueStainedGlassfortheHome.
Revised
2nd Edition
.MollyHiggins.100sofgorgeouswin-
dowsofmanyshapes,sizes,colors,andcomplexities,
including etched, beveled, painted, and mosaic
windows. Learn about the influences of some of
themoreprominentnames indecorativewindows,
includingLouisComfortTiffany,JohnLaFarge,and
FrankLloydWright.Originalcatalogmaterial,values,
andother information.
Size:81/2"x11"•400+colorphotos•PriceGuide•
192pp.•ISBN:0-7643-2182-X•hardcover•$39.95
glass reference
The Encyclopedia of Glass.
Revised &
Expanded 2nd Edition.
Mark Pickvet. The
essential glass resource, now containing over
4,200 alphabetized definitions of glassware,
colors, processes, materials, forms, decorative
styles, pattern motifs, noted artisans, com-
panies, and designers, from antiquity to the
present. This clear, concise, and easily readable
guide includes both highly technical jargon and
common terminology.
Size:81/2"x11"•700+ illus.•288pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3925-7•softcover•$29.99
antique silver & silverplate
Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid
Silver.
Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition
.
Janet Drucker. An expansive study of the designs
of Danish silversmith Georg Jensen (1866-1935)
and company, covering jewelry, hollowware,
and flatware designed and produced from 1904
to the present. Lavishly illustrated, with price
guide and index.
Size:9"x12"•737color&b/wphotos
Price Guide/Index • 312 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1089-5•hardcover•$79.95
Georg Jensen: 20th Century De-
signs.
Preface by Janet Drucker and
WilliamDrucker.Jewelryandhollowware
catalog pages fromGeorg Jensen brings
information together in one volume.
Hard to find, the original catalogs have
been widely dispersed and costly, yet
they provide primary information to en-
able identification of thousands of pieces
found on the vintage market today.
Size:11"x81/2"•1194b/wphotos
Price Guide • 256 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1568-4•hardcover•$69.95
TheVictorianDiningRoom.
BrianD.Coleman.
Victoriansideboards“groaned”withtheweightof
opulentsilverservingpieces,setoffbythe jewel-like
tonesofcoloredartglassvasesandbowls.Thisrichly
colorful book is a visual journey through the 19th
centurydiningroom,throughover200photographs.
Also included isafacsimileof“HowtoSettheTable,”
ararebookletfrom1901.AValueGuidecompletes
thework.
Size:81/2"x11"•205colorphotos
ValueGuide•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1792-X•hardcover•$59.95
SterlingSilverFlatwareForDiningElegance.
Revised and Expanded 3rd Edition.
Richard
Osterberg. Over 230 photos and text provide a
thorough look at the sterling silver utensils. From
delicate berry spoons to poultry shears, bouillon
ladles, and carving sets, individual place settings
andservingpiecesareorganizedinchapterstomake
matchingyourpiecesaneasytask.Anewlyupdated
priceguideandhelpfulresearchchartsare included.
Size:81/2"x11"•234photos•208pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3939-4•hardcover•$39.99
SilverHollowwareforDiningElegance.
Richard
Osterberg.Spectacularsilvercenterpieces,teaservices,
andcandelabrasareamongthetablewarescovered.
All of the top manufacturers of the 19th and 20th
centuriesarerepresented:Gorham,Kirk,Steiff,Shreve,
andmore.Erasofsilverdesignare included:Empire,
Gothic Revival, Rococo, Neoclassicism, Colonial
Revival,ArtNouveau,ArtsandCrafts,andArtModern.
Size:81/2"x11"•300b/wphotos
PriceGuide•256pp.
ISBN:0-88740-955-5•hardcover•$39.95
Yesterday’sSilverforToday’sTable:ASilver
Collector’s Guide to Elegant Dining.
Richard
Osterberg.Acolorfulandusefultouroffineantique
silver, covering patterns, forms, and functions. It
explores the sterling flatware serving pieces and
place settings, giving essential information to the
collector,andcouples thesilverflatwarewith linen,
china, and crystal to make beautiful place settings
thatwill inspirethemodernhostandhostess.Value
rangesaregiven.
Size:81/2" x11"•334colorphotos
PriceGuide•240pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1420-3•hardcover•$49.95
The Elegance of Old Silverplate.
Edmund
P. Hogan. Silverplating by electricity spawned a
new industry in America in 1847. By the 1880s
over forty firms around Meriden, Connecticut,
produced ornate silverplate objects. The forms
are identified, illustrated and grouped together:
ice pitchers, card receivers, tea sets, baskets,
butterdishes,napkin rings, toiletstands,flatware,
and specially made pieces.
Size:81/2’’x11’’•305photos
Index • 192 pp.
ISBN:0-916838-30-7•hardcover•$25.00
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