6 edition of The Collector"s Encyclopedia of American Art Glass found in the catalog.
September 30, 2006
by Collector Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
Photographic encyclopedia of artifacts from the American Revolution. A great resource for collectors, teachers, reenactors, living history participants or anyone interested in the 18th century. Features more than 2, photographs and 5/5(5). Pages in category "American art collectors" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
Antique and vintage glassware encompasses countless types of decorative-yet-functional containers, bowls, and platters produced from the late s through the some collectors of antique glass purchase these delicate objects for display purposes only, others buy vintage glassware to use for cooking and serving. American Typewriters - A Collectors Encyclopedia by Paul Lippman, Mr. Lippman compiled a wealth of information between the covers of this book. Contains illustrations of most early American typewriters and represents a lifetime of collecting knowledge and information. One of my personal favorites.
About American Cut Glass Association. Education, Research, and Enjoyment. We are a non-profit organization devoted to the study and research of American Brilliant Cut Glass. The Brilliant Period lasted from approximately to This glass was considered the finest in the world and won many international prizes. John Quinn (Ap in Tiffin, Ohio – J in Fostoria, Ohio) was an Irish-American cognoscente of the art world; and a lawyer in New York City who fought to overturn censorship laws restricting modern literature and art from entering the United States.. Quinn was an important patron of chief figures in Post-impressionism and literary Modernism; a major collector .
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Well written history of the company. Enjoyed looking at all the pictures of the glass Fry produced. Would have liked to see drawings of the various cut glass patterns to help identification but don't know if any or how many might be available.
Overall, an enjoyable book. Glad to have purchased it for my library of collectible glass s: 9. THE COLLECTOR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN ART GLASS - A VIVID COLOR GUIDE TO NUMEROUS ART GLASS TYPES - VALUES UPDATED TO Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsManufacturer: Collector Books.
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This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is Jul Book Edition: 19th. American art glass refers to decorative household glass objects made in factory or production settings from the Victorian Era to the present.
We’re not talking about Heisey or Fostoria pattern glass here, or even carnival glass made by the likes of Fenton, Northwood, andthis is the seriously fancy stuff made by companies with names like Tiffany, Steuben, and Blenko.
The style of Art Deco glass began during the 's and lasted until around the 's. The art deco movement began in Paris inand was popular throughout Europe during the late 's, spreading to America by the 's. Most art deco glass was produced in Europe, mainly by French, British, German and Czech manufacturers.
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The second updated edition of Collector's Encyclopedia of American Art Glass is a winner: it packs in full pages of color photos on each and every page, pairs these with written descriptions, and includes the latest updated values/5(5).
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The sweeping tendency to dismiss all American glass manufactured after as a cheap commercial product is passing out of fashion. Get this from a library. The collectorʼs encyclopedia of American art glass: identification & values. [John A Shuman] -- A guide to identifying a valuing American art glass that includes more than images, alphabetized descriptive glass entries, values, and advice for collectors.
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Shuman. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers3/5. The "Encyclopedia of American Cut and Engraved Glass", by Albert Christian Revi, is a must book for any collector of American Brilliant Cut Glass/5(6).Encyclopedia of American Cut and Engraved Glass (Schiffer Book for Collectors) by Albert Christian Revi Hardcover - pages (August ) Schiffer Publishing; ISBN Mauzy's Depression Glass: A Photographic Reference With Prices (Schiffer Book for Collectors).Art glass sprang from a revolution in glassmaking in the mids, when glassblowers began experimenting with colors, patterns, and textures.
The subsequent melding of artistry and technique resulted in a wide variety of beautiful handmade objects such as vases, lamp shades, bowls, decanters, paperweights, figural works, and even marbles.