Early American Pressed Glass

a practical guide to the many enthusiastic collectors of American pressed glass is
the extent of the author's hope . From the very first it was my belief that the
majority of readers would be less concerned with the technical details of glass
and ...

Author: Ruth Webb Lee

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Category: Glassware

Page: 666

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A Complete Guide to Pressed Glass

LEGEND. L VG 36-1: Ruth Webb Lee's Victorian Glass, Plate 36, No. 1 from left. L
EAPG Pat. 99, pp. 248-54, PL 75: Ruth Webb Lee's Early American Pressed
Glass, Pattern 99, pages 248-54, Plate 75. M 34-1: S. T. Millard's Goblets, Plate
34, ...

Author: Batty, Bob H.

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

ISBN: 9781455602797

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

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American Pressed Glass

The basic materials of which glass is made are sand and limestone, fused
together under intense heat to form a molten material known as "metal", which
may be blown, molded, or pressed into the desired shape. The earliest American
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Author: Hudson River Museum

Publisher: Hudson River Museum

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Category: Glassware

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Early American Pressed Glass

Classifies numerous patterns and forms of antique pressed glassware manufactured in America between 1840 and 1880

Author: Ruth Webb Lee

Publisher: Tuttle Pub

ISBN: 9780804870047

Category: Art

Page: 666

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Classifies numerous patterns and forms of antique pressed glassware manufactured in America between 1840 and 1880







The Collector s Encyclopedia of Pattern Glass

Depicts the patterns of pressed glass pitchers, bowls, salt shakers, plates, butter dishes, and other tableware ranging from the middle of the 1800s to World War I

Author: Mollie Helen McCain

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ISBN: 9780891452119

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 541

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Depicts the patterns of pressed glass pitchers, bowls, salt shakers, plates, butter dishes, and other tableware ranging from the middle of the 1800s to World War I

Warman s Pattern Glass

Among the pioneers and their efforts are George P. and Helen McKearin ,
American Glass , Crown Publishers , 1941 ; E. M. Belnap , Milk Glass , Crown
Publishers , Inc. , 1949 ; Ruth Webb Lee , Early American Pressed Glass , Lee ...

Author: Ellen Tischbein Schroy

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ISBN: 9780870696732

Category: Pattern glass

Page: 171

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Based on its long-standing record as central to the book Warman's Antiques and Their Prices, pattern glass - the most popular of glass collecting categories - is the sole subject of this price guide.


Early American Life

Furthermore , it is the appropriate companion to the best of that century ' s
Americana - stoneware , coin silver , and country fur - niture . What makes its use
even more attractive is the fact that antique flint pattern glass is often less
expensive ...

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Category: United States

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