Paperback - 274 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing; 5th Rev edition (April 5, 2004)
This new third edition of Identifying American Brilliant Cut Glass is loaded with updated information and a guide to current values. This invaluable guide is not only a basic reference but an identification tool that can be taken to auctions, shows, exhibits, and antique shops. In it Bill and Louise Boggess give the beginning and advanced cut glass collector or dealer many indispensible facts, research, and information not before available: the catalog names for various shapes in cut glass and the identity of 280 patterns of American and Canadian glass by catalog name, patterns not previously identified. It points out 130 cut glass pieces by company signature, patent record, and magazine advertisement. In addition, this revised edition shows you how to analyze a pattern by finding the miter outline and matching it and the motifs to an illustration or picture in a catalog or book. It gives practical advice for buying and collecting unidentified pieces and answers questions on acid polish, repairs, investments, insurance, upgrading, and selling a collection. The 888 exquisite photographs were taken expressly for this book. No collector, dealer, or appraiser will want to be without Bill and Louise Boggess's Identifying American Brilliant Cut Glass, an important companion volume to their other classic works Collecting American Brilliant Cut Glass, 1876-1916 and Reflections on American Brilliant Cut Glass, both published by Schiffer Publishing., 920 photos, 6" x 9", Value Guide --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Hardcover - 376 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing; 9Rev Ed edition (August 2000)
Elegant and utilitarian glasswares have been made for over thirty centuries. The manufacture of cut glass in America stems from a history that reaches back to ancient Egypt, while engraved glass was known in classical Rome. In this excellent new edition of a classic work, the author traces the American phases of this fascinating history by describing the products of major and minor manufacturers. See the American industry evolve from its early days of imitative work, through highly imaginative products in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, to a declining mediocrity in the 1920s and '30s. This book has been established as the "bible" in this field, and the addition of 150 new photos and fully updated text and pricing information make this edition the best yet. Glass collectors will treasure this unequalled reference.
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