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antique lighting • other period antiques
Popular Art Deco Lighting: Shades of the
Herb Millman & John Dwyer. Art Deco
lighting from homes and public spaces presented
in over 590 color photos, including accent and
figural radio lamps, boudoir lamps, table and
desk lamps, overhead and wall lighting, and
floor lighting produced by Consolidated Glass,
Lightolier, Lincoln, Moe Bridges, Williamson,
Frankart, Nuart, and Chase. The text provides
values in the captions for the lighting displayed.
Price Guide • 176 pp.
Art Deco Lighting.
Herb Millman and John
Dwyer. Electrical lighting fixtures from the 1920s
through 1940s reflect the popular taste for Art
Deco styling in public, commercial, and home
interiors. Beautiful color photography of lights
withglassshadesfillthisstunningbook, including
radio and accent lamps, boudoir lamps, wall
sconces, ceiling fixtures, bridge lamps, torchieres,
and smoking stands. A reference for architects,
designers, lightingcollectors,dealers,and theater
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
Electric Lighting of the 20s & 30s Vol. 1.
James Edward Black, Editor. Hanging, wall and
standing lamps for domestic, store and outdoor
use, from the 1920s and 1930s are featured.
Long descriptions from period catalogs have
pattern numbers and dimensions. Classic and
Art Deco styles are included.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 24 color photos & 786 b/w
Early Twentieth Century Lighting: Sher-
woods Ltd. of Birmingham.
Sherwoods was
one of the largest manufacturers of lighting
devices in the early 20th century. Here are all
forms of illumination devices then available
for sale. Oil burning and electrically powered
table and floor lamps, chandeliers, sconces, and
lanterns are shown in vast numbers.
Size:93/4’’x121/4’’•495+ illustrations
Price Guide • 200 pp.
largestmanufacturersof lightingdevices intheearly
and lanternsareshown invastnumbers.
Size 93/4" x 12 1/4" • 495+ illustrations • Price
Guide • 200 pp. • ISBN: 0-88740-181-3 • soft
1930s Lighting: Deco and Tra-
ditional by Chase.
Donald Brian
Johnson & Leslie Piña. The best work
of the Chase modern industrial design
pioneers, including Lurelle Guild, Walter
Von Nessen, the Gerths, and Harry
Laylon. Over 600 current, catalog, and
historic photos, vintage advertising, a
complete cross-reference listing, price
guide, and index.
Moss Lamps: Lighting the ’50s.
Johnson & Leslie Piña. During the 1950s, Moss
lamps, combining plexiglas bodies, spun glass
shades, and spinning figurines, transformed hum-
drum home decor into something extraordinary.
Exclusive interviews with family members and
employees, 750 current and vintage product
photos, and never-before-seen materials from
the Moss archives are included, with a product
index and price guide.
Price Guide/Index • 192 pp.
50s TV Lamps.
Calvin Shepherd. Nearly 400
color photos explore the many forms of TV lamps.
In the early days of television, people attempted
to protect themselves from the new machines
with creative lamps that provided back light
that was believed to protect the eyes. These
lamps took on fantastic forms and sometimes
doubled as vases or planters.
Price Guide • 128 pp.
Lamps of the 50s & 60s.
2nd edition, revised
and expanded
. Jan Lindenberger. New lamp styles
represent one of the offbeat fruits of the distinct Amer-
ican postwar culture. Revisit lamps we loved to hate,
like amoeba, starburst, atomic, the indomitable lava
lamps, figural TV lamps, and a generous sampling of
floor and table designs. Each lamp is illustrated in full
colorwithnewlyupdatedmarketvalues toaidcollectors.
Price Guide • 144 pp.
Price Guide for Miniature Lamps.
2nd Edition
. Marjorie Hulsebus. Three well-known
books on miniature lamps are the progenitors of this
informative book, which is a current price guide for the
lamps shown in
Miniature Lamps
by Frank R. and
Ruth E. Smith,
Miniature Lamps II
by Ruth Smith, and
Miniature Victorian Lamps
by Marjorie Hulsebus.
Updated second edition includes tips for assessing
condition and rarity of miniature lamps.
Miniature Lamps of the Victorian Era.
Hulsebus. A beautiful reference book exploring the
wonderful world of miniature Victorian era glass oil
lamps. Nearly 600 photographs of lamps not shown
previously. Included are finger lamps, student lamps,
miniature banquet lamps, miners lamps, skaters lamps,
and much more. Estimated current values have also
been provided.
Price Guide • 256 pp.
Miniature Victorian Lamps.
Marjorie Hulsebus.
Miniature oil lamps are beautiful reminders of Victo-
rian days, in glass, china, porcelain, brass, and silver.
Styles range from the delicacy of the Victorian parlor
through Art Nouveau elegance. This reference features
almost 450 lamps never before seen in any book, with
color photos and detailed information including a
useful Price Guide.
Size:6"x9"•450 lamps
Price Guide/Index • 192 pp.
Miniature Lamps.
Frank R. and Ruth E. Smith. Min-
iature glass oil and kerosene burning lamps were made
in many variations in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The full-size lamps have been made continuously since
1825, when the originals were produced in Sandwich,
Massachusetts, and the miniatures correspond in
every detail with them. All of the component parts
are explained thoroughly, and an extensive range of
the variations is shown.
Size:61/4’’x91/2’’•630b/w illus•285pp.
other period antiques
Victorian Decor.
furniture, art glass, lighting devices, match holders,
and poster art appear in chapters that explain the
development of the forms and show examples in
over 400 color photographs. Period room settings
aswellassingle itemsare featured
The Glasgow Style: Artists in the Dec-
orative Arts, Circa 1900.
Laura Euler. The
Glasgow style of decorative arts evolved in the
1890sand includedthe juxtapositionof elongated
verticalsandsensuousbrightdesigns,suchas the
rose, butterfly, peacock, crescents, and teardrop
shapes. Biographies of 20 influential artists with
over530beautifulcolorphotosofwalls, furniture,
metalwork, jewelry,textiles,dress,pottery,stained
glass, and book illustration. • Size: 8 1/2" x 11"
The Best of British Arts & Crafts.
Coleman, Editor. This new book celebrates
the British Arts & Crafts designs of Morris, De
Morgan, Dresser, Tinworth, Marshall, Barlow,
Pearson, Bell, and many more. With over 250
color photographs of the very ceramics, furni-
ture, metalwares, and fine arts that made this
a pinnacle of design history. Insightful and
informative essays by the leading experts in
the field of British Arts & Crafts.
California Revival: Vintage Decor for To-
day’s Homes.
Carole Coates & Annie Dietz. A
new movement, featuring vintage furnishings,
art pottery, tile, paintings and decorative arts
from California’s Spanish Revival period of the
1920s to 1940s, in today’s homes. Go inside
ten “real” homes, showing you how to achieve
this enlivening and color-saturated style. Over
600 color images with detailed captions and
an engaging text. •Size:81/2"x11"•602color
photos • 256 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-2635-6 •
Deco Decor: Porcelain, Glass, & Metal
Accessories for the Home.
Johnson & Leslie Pina. Hundreds of porcelain,
glass, and metal decorative objects of the period
have been photographed, and placed in their
appropriate settings. Current price estimates
are given for the pieces shown in nearly 700
gorgeous photos. Also shown are Deco-con-
temporary images from vintage magazines
and catalogs.
design isvividlyreflected inover300colorphotosof
1930s. Here are beautiful Art Deco art glass, metal
and pottery in the forms of bar accessories, clocks,
accessories and more. Prominent manufacturers
are identified and information appears about the
reproductions that comprise this colorful, stylish,
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 307 photos • 144 pp. ISBN:
Postwar Pop: Memorabilia of theMid-20th
Donald-Brian Johnson and Leslie
Pina. Relive the days of the novelty “must-
haves,” including Hallmark paper dolls, holiday
ephemera, Vogue picture records, and vaudeville.
Get nostalgic while viewing early TV Guides
and movie magazines. Covering collectibles
from the 1920s-1960s, this reference book is
a must-have for lovers of American popular
culture, historians, and collectors.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 682 images • Price Guide/
Fabulous Fifties: Designs for Modern
Revised 2nd Edition
. Sheila Steinberg
& Kate Dooner. Modern design in the 1950s,
including clothing, furniture, lamps, clocks,
textiles, jewelry, & glassware, shown in over
770 color photos displaying this lively period
in all its fantastic glory. Here are Hawaiian
shirts, poodle skirts, vinyl handbags, gabardine
jackets, rayon dresses and more, nearly every
aspect of modern living in the 1950s that is
avidly collected today.
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