4 edition of Depression Glass Who"s Who found in the catalog.
Depression Glass Who"s Who
by Crittenden Books
Written in English
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Depression Glass - Why Are There Fakes? Depression and Elegant Glass to Share Depression, Elegant and ss Glass with Spiral and Swirl Motifs; Favorite Depression Glass Book. A more recent edition: Favorite Elegant Glass Book. Another good elegant glass book: Favorite Fostoria Books. This seventh edition of Mauzy's Depression Glass, the world's most used and authoritative book on Depression Glass from the United States and Canada, vintage Fire-King, and s and s glassware, provides more than new photos and continues to be the most comprehensive book in print pertaining to collectible : Barbara & Jim Mauzy.
I have an old Gene Florence book on Depression glass () which I used to identify the patterns, but I've also been informed that I could never hope to get anywhere near the prices listed in price guide books. There is one footed bowl in the amethyst carnival glass that is Northwood since it has a "N" on the bottom and the pattern is "Rosette.". In a nutshell, Depression glass is machine produced glass made in America from the mid 's through the 's. It was inexpensive, and came in a variety of colors: pink, red, green, amber, yellow, blue, cobalt, white and crystal. This glass was .
We have been collecting, buying, and selling depression glass for over 30 years. Searching for glass is our passion, helping customers complete their collections with top quality glassware is our business. Currently, we are participating in many depression glass shows across the . Stretch glass is not considered art glass. It also doesn’t fall under the definition of Carnival glass or Depression glass. It’s in a collectible area all its ownMade from about until the early s, the glass was made by nine different American glass companies.
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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 piece of glassware in food boxes.
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. REVIEW: Written by America's top authority on Depression glass, this encyclopedia is the book of choice among collectors.
Since the release of its first edition init has been the #1 bestselling glass book in the country/5(90). Depression glass is so-called because it was made during the Depression in bright, bold colors to create bright, cheerful table settings against the bleakness of the economy.
Popular colors include light green, pink, ruby, iridescent, amber, white, dark green, cobalt, light blue, topaz, yellow, amethyst, and crystal/5(13).
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. Gene Florence has 43 books on Goodreads with ratings. Gene Florence’s most popular book is Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass.
As far as reference books, often available at local libraries or at bookstores, as well as available for purchase online, every serious collector of Depression Glass would greatly benefit from obtaining and studying copies of “Colored Glassware of the Depression Era” () and “Colored Glassware of the Depression Era, Book 2” ( 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).
Inthe beginnings of Anchor Hocking Glass Company occurred near the Hocking River. The company, then named Hocking Glass Company, was based in Ohio, and would later become a part of several acquisitions and mergers that would lead it to modern day success.
While entire pages could be written about these mergers alone, the. Pre Fenton milk glass is said to be easily distinguishable because it is less dense, less opaque, than their milk glass made from onwards.
Also, the Fenton logo was introduced on milk glass from onwards, with a tiny number "8" below the word Fenton for pieces made during the s and a tiny "9" for pieces from the s. 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.
This mark was used on open salts, glass shoes, and hats, candy containers, butter dishes, and other items generally made of slag glass, and sometimes with a carnival finish. Continue to 12 of 22 below. Hazel Atlas Glass Co. Pamela Y. Wiggins. This is the mark for Hazel Atlas Glass Co. It is sometimes confused with Anchor Hocking Glass Co Author: Pamela Wiggins.
But blue glass is relatively uncommon, especially depression glass, so you need to know what to look for. The piece we show in the photo is from Cambridge Glass and is the Cleo etch. This is a medium light blue which Cambridge called Bluebell.
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Pocket Guide to Depression Glass & More Identification by Florence, Gene and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Depression glass is a catch-all phrase for mass-produced, collectible glassware and tableware that was either clear or colored. Some of the more popular and common colors produced were green, pink, and amber.
Some of the more rare colors included amethyst, yellow, cobalt blue, opaque black, jadeite, white milk glass, and red. The majority of. With an active marketplace of over million items, use the Alibris Advanced Search Page to find any item you are looking for.
Through the Advanced Search, you can find items by searching specific terms such as Title, Artist, Song Title, Genre, etc or you can narrow your focus using our amazing set of criteria parameters. Depression Glass came in a variety of colors, from light pink to amber, pale blue, and jade green.
Although the glass wasn’t particularly high quality, its colors and intricate patterns made it Author: Ileana Paules-Bronet. By JPresident Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Glass-Steagall Act into law as part of a series of measures adopted during his first days to restore the country’s economy and.Depression Glass Warehouse followers woadieland ( woadieland's feedback score is ) % woadieland has % Positive Feedback We sell antiques, collectibles & vintage, books Depression Glass, Art Pottery, Porcelain & kitchen collectibles like cookie jars and cookbooks, postcards and unusual things we find on our adventures.
Bring it with you when shopping for Depression glass so that you can compare prices and check styles, patterns, and colors with those listed in your guidebook. Check out the Pocket Guide to Depression Glass & More published in by Gene Florence or Colored Glassware of the Depression Era Book 2 published in by Hazel Marie Weatherman%(28).