Early American glass. by Knittle, Rhea Mansfield. Download PDF EPUB FB2
You should SUSPECT a pattern's name BEFORE HAND from your trusty field guide, then VERIFY it with "Early American Pattern Glass." This book is also very enjoyable just to look through, with a nice color center section. The value guide is also nice, which is lacking in my field book.
Enjoy this wonderful book for what it really is. Recommended/5(15). Early American Pattern Glass is a reprint of Alice Hulett Metz's book first published in and considered by many to be the "bible" of pattern glass collecting.
The Early American Pattern Glass Society contributed by forming a committee of eight experienced collectors and dealers to review and revise the content/5(8). One of the very best books on Early American Pressed Glass (EAPG).
It is all line drawings and black and white photos, but the images are effective, the listing is among the most comprehensive, and the texts are informative. It is very good for identifying all of the commoner, and many of the less common patterns/5(5).
By far the sloppiest and least informative book on Early American Pattern Glass I've ever read. Originally published in it's had no decent updates since other than a few instances of guesswork at valuation that is clearly not based in today's Antique Market reality/5(12).
out of 5 stars American Glass book. Reviewed in the United States on June 5, Verified Purchase. It was a very early edition and I was hoping it would be later than Early American glass. book book I already have. The price was right, however, so no complaints. Read /5(5).
Resources for Early American Pattern Glass. Reference Books on Early American Pattern Glass. If you are looking for one book, especially if you are a beginning collector, then the book you should buy or borrow is: Early American Pattern Glass – Collector’s Identification & Price Guide by Darryl Reilly & Bill Jenks.
It is still in print, it is under $ and illustrates hundreds. It's actually a collection of previously published articles about a very wide assortment of topics including early American glass makers, manufacturers, methods, styles, periods and specific areas of collecting.
I'm an avid collector of cup plates Early American glass. book early "Lacy Period" pressed glass. No worries, the book is filled with articles of interest.5/5(3). A new book Oct.
by Dennis L. Prince & Lynn Dralle has a section on Early American Pattern Glass by Be sure to visit our Used Book Store for used & out of print books. The Society was formed to foster and encourage the collection, appreciation, study, and documentation of early American pattern glassware, its makers, and its place in American life, past and present.
It is a non-profit group of collectors and dealers who share an interest in Early American Pattern Glass. Vintage Anchor Hocking Early American Prescut Glass Sugar Bowl Lid. Early American Prescut Candy Dish, Prescut Bon Bon Dish, Early American 3 Footed Bowl /2" x /2" Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide.
Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG), also known as pressed glass, was produced from roughly to Cheaper to manufacture than blown glass, this glassware was made in cast-iron molds and marketed as an economic alternative to hand-cut cturers made a wide range of patterns in order to compete with each other, usually patenting their work.
Early American Pattern Glass Early American Pattern Glass: First Edition by Jenks & Luna, Second Edition by Jenks and Reilly Extensive guides to EAPG.
The first ones I reach for. Early American Pattern Glass and Much More Early American Pattern Glass Alice Metz Originally written in the 's, recently reissued. Field Guide to Pattern Glass Identification (McCain) Early American Brilliant Cut Glass Collector Book EAPG Glass Price Guide Reference Book CollectionSelection 5 out of 5 stars () $ Lovely antique Victorian glass high standard pedestal cake stand in a Ball and Swirl type pattern.
From the late 's /early 's. Exact pattern, glass maker and date of manufacture unknown. Size: 9" diameter. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
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Early American glass collectors has 1, members. A group of impassioned dealers, collectors and students of glass blown in the Colonies and later these. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knittle, Rhea Mansfield, b. Early American glass.
New York, London, Century Co. [©] (OCoLC) America Through the Looking Glass: A historical reader in popular culture by David Burner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at M'Kee Victorian Glass: Five Complete Glass Catalogs from /60 to New York: Dover Publications, Inc., Jenks, Bill, and Jerry Luna.
Early American Pattern Glass, Major Collectible Table Settings with Prices. Radnor, Pennsylvania: Wallace-Homestead Book Company, Kamm, Minnie Watson. A Fifth Pattern Glass Book. 2nd. Get this from a library. Early American glass, a picture book.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, pages plates 23 cm. Ruth Webb Lee's) Handbook of early American pressed glass patterns by Lee, Ruth Webb and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at OCLC Number: Notes: "First printing November, ; second printing, August, " Description: xxiii, pages frontispiece, plates 21 cm.
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#2 EARLY AMERICAN GLASS By Rhea Mansfield Knittle – My second favorite book because it answered a 50+ year old question I had. Our Book Store features recommended reading on pattern glass and pre-owned and out of print booksfor sale.
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The primary purpose of this pattern glass index is to assist with the identification of EAPG patterns. Pattern information is as up to date as possible, and it is updated whenever new information is found.
A big thank-you to all the scholars and researchers that find and report this new information. You can browse/search by pattern name. Top American Literature Titles Listed below are the top titles for the American literature classroom, ranked in order of popularity, chosen by American literature teachers from .Evidence for early glassmaking in the United States has been found of glassmaking at the English settlement on Jamestown Island, some glass window panes were made there aftermost of the windows had been shipped from England.
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