1 edition of Encyclopedia of glass found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of glass
Bibliography, p298-314. - Includes index.
|Statement||edited by Phoebe Phillips.|
|Series||A Phoebe Phillips/Heinemann book|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Encyclopedia Of Glass Paperweights by Paul Hollister Jr. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Since the first edition of Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass was released in , it has been America's #1 bestselling glass book. Gene and Cathy Florence now present this completely revised eighteenth edition with patterns and more than beautiful color photographs. With the 5/5(2).
Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Glass Book 3: Syrups, Sugar Shakers and Cruets by William Heacock A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.5/5(2). Encyclopedia of Glass Paperweights, The. by: Paul Hollister, Jr. , Bramhall House, NY, NY. pages, $ hardcover. also , Paperweight Press, Santa Cruz, CA softcover $ flyleaf: “Until this book, there has been no comprehensive study of glass paperweights. Encyclopedic in scope and copiously illustrated, it surveys the entire.
A comprehensive and up-to-date encyclopedia to the fabrication, nature, properties, uses, and history of glass The Encyclopedia of Glass Science, Technology, History, and Culture has been designed to satisfy the needs and curiosity of a broad audience interested in the most varied aspects of material that is as old as the : Pascal Richet. This page is currently inactive and is retained for historical reference. Either the page is no longer relevant or consensus on its purpose has become unclear. To revive discussion, seek broader input via a forum such as the village pump. For more info please see Wikipedia:Village pump (technical)/Archive #Suppress rendering of Template:Wikipedia books.
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About the Author. Mark Pickvet grew up on a pickle farm in the small rural town of Pinconning, Michigan. His very first thesis on glassware was published inand he has written a dozen books 3/5(1). Encyclopedia of Glass Hardcover – J by P Phillips (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: P Phillips.
Encyclopedia Of Glass Paperweights Hardcover – Decem by Paul Hollister Jr. (Author)/5(15). Since the first edition of Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass was released init has been America's #1 bestselling glass book. Gene and Cathy Florence now present this completely revised seventeenth edition with patterns and /5().
The Encyclopedia of Glass Science, Technology, History, and Culture has been designed to satisfy the needs and curiosity of a broad audience interested in the most varied aspects of material that is as old as the : Pascal Richet. More than ruby-stained pattern glass pieces are photographed in this book.
There are copies of ads for some of these glass items as well. Heacock has done a very thorough job of researching all glassware in this category from manufacturers to pattern names.
He even describes some of the patterns in detail, /5(4). The Encyclopedia of Glass Minnow Traps covers all known production models of glass and plastic traps, as well as unusual metal minnow traps. In addition, it has detailed sections on unknown models and folk art traps.
With over photos in color, this book will be a revelation to Minnow Trap collectors. This book presents a complete listing of pattern lines made by the L.E.
Smith Glass Company from the s to the present day. Following up on the author's previous volume, L.E. Smith Glass Company: The First One Hundred Years, this one encompasses over patterns, the majority of which did not appear in the first book/5.
Glass Encyclopaedia: A glass identification guide to many types of antique and vintage collectable glassware, with galleries and information on manufacturers and designers. Glass Encyclopedia | Antique & Collectable Vintage Glass Guide. It was the commonest type of glass found in British domestic architecture until the mids;flint: made from white sand, potash, nitre, red lead, and ground window-glass, used where refraction is desired, as on decorative altar-pieces, etc.;ground: with a rough surface, usually ground, to make it lose transparency;iridescent: with a coating to give it the appearance of the surface of.
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The Encyclopedia of Glass by Phoebe (editor) Phillips and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Encyclopedia of glass. [Phoebe Phillips;] -- Part one examines the worldwide history of glass and part two the techniques of glassmaking.
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Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. After nineteen editions, almost 40 years, and over 4, pages, goodbye is very difficult to say.
So instead Collector Books would like you to join us in celebrating the retirement of Cathy and Gene Florence. For the nineteenth, and last time, we present Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass by America's leading glassware authorities/5(15).
The Collector's Encyclopedia of Pattern Glass book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume contains hundreds of illustratio /5. Since the first edition was released in"Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glassware" has been America's #1 bestselling book on the subject.
Dealing primarily with the glass made from the s through the end of the s, this complete reference to the collectible patterns of Depression glass includes updated values, accurate /5(7). The Encyclopedia of glass.
[Phoebe Phillips;] -- This comprehensive volume is an essential and invaluable reference source for every glass enthusiast. It contains over 3, alphabetised definitions of glassware, colours, processes, materials.
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This comprehensive volume is an essential reference that contains over 3, alphabetized definitions of glassware, colors, processes, materials, forms, decorative styles, pattern motifs, noted artisans, companies, and designers, from antiquity to the present.
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