Paperback - 160 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing
Milk glass is a favorite of many glass collectors and fanciers, and this detailed, well-researched book is a welcome addition to the field. Using 225 color photographs and almost 500 black and white catalog illustrations, the authors provide a comprehensive look at milk glass produced from the 1930s through 1984 by the Imperial Glass Corporation of Bellaire, Ohio. Following a brief historical perspective, collectors are treated to an illustrated look at the wide variety of decorations and treatments used for milk glass. popular opaque and slag glass production is covered here as well. The patterns and categories Imperial used for their milk glass production are stressed. Mold numbers, descriptions, values, and production dates are provided for all pieces to indicate how scarce or abundant an object might be. And as you become familiar with Imperials milk glass, you will have increased your knowledge of other Imperial production as well, since the same molds were used to produce glass of many different colors and treatments. This is an invaluable and enjoyable resource for all glass enthusiasts!
Paperback, 183 pages; Published by Collector Books.
This full-color reference book details all of the carnival glass patterns, shapes and colors that were made by Imperial between 1909 and 1930. Original wholesale catalogs from the period are also furnished. Detailed information on the production trademarks and how to tell the old from the new will prove valuable to the collector.
|American Art Glass||Cambridge Glass||Carnival Glass||Crackle Glass|
|Cut Glass||Czechoslovakian Glass||Depression Glass||Elegant Depression Glass|
|Fenton Glass||Fifties Glass||Fire-King Glass||40s, 50s, 60s Glass|
|Fostoria Glass||Glass Animals||Glass Shoes||Heisey Glass|
|Imperial Glass||Kitchen Glassware||Lalique Glass||Milk Glass|
|Opalescent Glass||Pattern Glass||Pattern Identification||Pressed Glass|
|Stemware Identification||Tiffin Glass||20th Century Stemware||Westmoreland Glass|