Purple Glass: 20th Century American & European

Leslie Piña , Ed Goshe, and Ruth Hemminger

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Color is one of the most interesting qualities of glass, and many people collect according to color. Purple Glass is a sample of various collectible glassware made in the United States and Europe. Included are examples of Depression Era glass from American companies such as Tiffin, Fostoria, and Morgantown, to mid-century blown glass from Blenko; from Italian mid-century cased items to Scandinavian designer glass from Kosta, Orrefors, and Flygsfors. While focusing exclusively on purple glass, this book is also a survey of 20th century glass, because each design was also produced in other colors. 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: 8 1/2" x 11" | 413 color photos | Price Guide/Index | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764315152

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Leslie Piña, Ed Goshe, and Ruth Hemminger have also co-authored a series of books on Tiffin Glass. They all live in Ohio.