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4 edition of Depression Glass found in the catalog.

Depression Glass

A Collector"s Guide (Schiffer Book for Collectors)

by Doris Yeske

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Schiffer Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antiques & collectables: ceramics & glass,
  • Ceramic arts, pottery, glass,
  • Antiques / Collectibles,
  • USA,
  • Glass & Glassware

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8040697M
    ISBN 100764317199
    ISBN 109780764317194
    OCLC/WorldCa52044083

      I have one other reference book on Tiffin glass and find this book, Tiffin is Forever – A Stemware Identification Guide, is my go-to book for Tiffin. It took me a bit of time to get used to it, but once I’d paged through the pictures a few times I had a better sense for what is Tiffin – and what is not. Vintage 's Circle Green Pattern Depression Glass Low Sherbet Footed Drinking Glass by Anchor Hocking Glass. VintageTransitShop. 5 out of 5 stars. Only 1 available and it's in 3 people's carts. Depression Glass Iris Iridescent Fruit Bowl. WishingWellsGlass. 5 out of 5 stars. $ FREE shipping. Vintage Depression Glass Barrel Root Beer.

    Depression glass is clear or colored translucent machine made glassware that was distributed free, or at low cost, in the United States and Canada around the time of the Great sion glass is called such because collectors generally associate mass-produced glassware found in pink, yellow, crystal, or green with the years surrounding the Great Depression in America. Pocket Guide to Depression Glass & More Identification by Florence, Gene and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

    Compare the glass pattern and color with a reputable depression glass book, such as "Pocket Guide to Depression Glass & More (16th Edition)" by Gene and Cathy Florence. Many reproduction pieces will not be an exact match of the authentic piece. Specifically examine the color shade and the raised pattern. During the s, 19th-century pattern-glass manufacturers such as McKee, Heisey, and Fostoria struggled as the real thing from Waterford and Baccarat, among other European manufacturers, became relatively inexpensive and plentiful in the United when the Great Depression hit, Americans once again turned to pattern glass, which we know today as Depression glass, for entertaining and.


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Depression Glass by Doris Yeske Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Touch of Glass Warman's Depression Glass Handbook is an easy-to-use reference featuring a one-of-a-kind thumbnail pattern guide for quick identification and discovery of this popular and delightful glass. Featuring Depression glass patterns, detailed pattern drawings, values, a shape guide and glorious color pictures throughout, the handbook is the most extensive portable guide on the /5(27).

Florences "Glassware Pattern" book provides good pictures for identification but the 16th Edition "Depression Glass" Encyclopedia goes further, providing excellent detailed information on the manufacturers, patterns and discussion on what patterns were found to be reproduced later in different colors or using old molds/5().

According to "Glass Bottle Marks", many of the so-called authentic Depression glass on sale around the web today was actually made in just the last few years. The copies try to slip by with descriptions like, "Depression Era-style" or "Depression style", so keep a sharp eye if investing in any pieces for yourself.

Depression glass is widely collected the world over and many patterns are still plentiful enough to keep prices reasonable. Depression Glass book There's also a color and pattern available to suit every taste.

Collectors can look for common Depression glass patterns, each of which is distinct and some offering more ornate details thanyou'll generally find that saucers are more common than cups and. Depression glass brought a little cheer into the dreary times of the late s through the early s.

Mass-produced by manufacturers such as Federal Glass, MacBeth-Evans, and Hocking Glass, this molded glassware came in beautiful colors and patterns to suit every taste. results for depression glass book Save depression glass book to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.

Unfollow depression glass book to stop getting updates on your eBay Feed. Depression glass is clear or colored translucent glassware. It was distributed in Canada and the United States during the time of the Great Depression.

Some food manufacturers and distributors wanted to put up an incentive to boost their sales, so they came up with the idea of including a. A book such as Warman’s Depression Glass: Identification and Price Guide will help the avid collector to identify genuine Jeanette Glass items. The company had a boom near the end of World War II, and by the s, they were the world’s largest electric furnace that melted “heat resistant” glass.

Depression glass might not be the finest quality you can find, but its historical importance has put it in high demand among collectors. It's also distinctive for its coloring, with pink, pale blue, green, and amber being more common, and yellow, jadeite, ultra marine, and delphite more rare.

In this book, expert and beginning glass collectors will find: • 1, detailed color photos and line drawings of patterns help with identification and pattern recognition • Background information to help collectors be savvy sellers and buyers in the more than 7, daily eBay auctions devoted to Depression glass5/5(1).

Warman's Depression Glass Handbook: Identification, Values, Pattern Guide, by Ellen Schroy; Depression Glass and Beyond: A Guide to Pattern Identification, Schiffer Book for Collectors; Also check out the National Depression Glass Association where you can find information on dealers, conventions, seminars, and s: Details about Collections of the Depression by Frances Bones Depression Glass Book.

DEPRESSION GLASS DINNERWARE ACCESSORIES (SCHIFFER BOOK FOR By Doris Yeske *NEW* $ Free shipping. The Standard Pattern Glass Price List How To Reference Book Guide Softcover $Seller Rating: % positive. Depression Glass Books There are many great reference books available for Depression Glass.

If you are looking for glass valuations, each author has their own method for determining value, so having a few different author’s books for comparison is a good idea. Ted Kooser is known for his poetry and essays that celebrate the quotidian and capture a vanishing way of life.

Poet and critic Brad Leithauser wrote in the New York Times Book Review that, “Whether or not he originally set out to [Kooser’s] become, perforce, an. The Duncan & Miller Glass Company, of Washington, Pennsylvania, was one of the glassmaking giants of the s s. This book focuses on the company's prolific Depression Era production and includes a valuable prologue about the Victorian wares and an Brand: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

Want to find the right audience to sell your Depression Glass items to. We can help. Go to our Depression Glass For Sale site to create your listing and we'll post it here to our community page. Website: lowers: K. “Depression glass” is also a term that is sometimes bandied about indiscriminately by glass collectors, sometimes incorrectly.

Basically, this is a catch-all phrase for a general type of inexpensive glassware, in clear or colors, that was sold (or given away as premiums) during the late s into the early s.

Looking for books by Gene Florence. See all books authored by Gene Florence, including Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, and Collectible Glassware from the 40s 50s 60s: An Illustrated Value Guide (Collectible Glassware from the Forties, Fifties, and Sixties), and more on The one I use quite a bit is the Fire-King book, it is not depression glass book but you still find alot of 50's and 60's glass out there in your persuit of treasures.

The next book I want to. Search for colored glass that is yellow, amber, blue, green, or pink. Depression glass was always made using bright colors.

This glassware was designed to be bold and stand out, so look for pieces that catch your eye. Other common colors of depression glassware are cobalt, custard, amethyst, jadeite, and delphite%(65). - Explore peaceandcomfort's board "Lancaster Glass", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Glass, Lancaster and Carnival glass pins. Vintage pink Depression glass from Jeni Sandberg Vintage, $ Shop similar.

Tip 1: Know your history. With more than 20 manufacturers across the US producing nearly distinct patterns, Depression glass pieces run the gamut, but a few identifying characteristics shine through across the category.Shopping Information: We are adding my older depression and elegant glass books to our store Cat Lady Kate’s Elegant and Depression Glass.

Thanks for visiting our Pink Saturday pink depression glass post this week, and as always a big thank you to Beverly of How Sweet the .