Major topics within this volume's alphabetical range include Cape Cod (No. 160), Caramel Slag, Carnival Glass (old and new), Cathay, Free Hand, Ice, Lace Edge, and Lead Lustre. Hundreds of other subjects are covered in depth -- patterns (Early American Hobnail and other Depression-era wares), colors (Golden Green), shapes (gas globes and shades), ...
Major topics within this volume's alphabetical range include Cape Cod (No. 160), Caramel Slag, Carnival Glass (old and new), Cathay, Free Hand, Ice, Lace Edge, and Lead Lustre. Hundreds of other subjects are covered in depth -- patterns (Early American Hobnail and other Depression-era wares), colors (Golden Green), shapes (gas globes and shades), etchings (Garden Arbor), and limited editions (Christmas Plates) -- to name just a few. Well illustrated throughout, the 80 color pages feature both original photos and outstanding reprints from Imperial catalogs. A comprehensive index lists all subjects covered in both Volume I and II. Volume II has surprises for even the most knowledgeable collectors.
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New. Price guide with values updated in 2003 included OUR NOTES: Imperial Glass: Volume 1, covering patterns A-Cane, is the research product of the National Imperial Glass Collector's Society-you couldn't ask for a more authoritative source! And yes, vintage Candlewick is covered in great depth. Below is a PARTIAL listing of patterns included in this volume: Imperial marks sometimes found on glass, including NuCut. (NuCut is often found in Early American Pressed Glass, also known as EAPG. ) Acid etch glass. (Glass with a satin, soft finish rather than crystal clear) Ameila American Always American Beauty Rose Americana Animal figurines Anniversary Goblets Antique Buttons Art Glass (Imperial made some really exquisite art glass, including some gold & blue iridescent finishes normally attributed as Stueben Aurene glass. ) Aurora Jewels Atterbury Bambu Beaded Block & Frosted Block Black Glass Bedroom Glass (night set tumblers & bottles, dresser dishes) Cambridge Cambridge Caprice Candlesticks Candlewick, No. 400 (the original vintage Candlewick, a huge section, about 30% or so of the book) Glass Baskets---John Kincaid, Collector Bookstore PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Imperial Glass produced millions of items, many un-attributed by collectors today. Imperial did it all--blowing, pressing, cutting, etching, and more. This first volume is packed with information and photos featuring art glass, animal figurines, covered dishes, and patterns whose names begin with A, B, and C (through Cane, including Candlewick). About 1, 000 pieces are shown in color (including ad/catalog reprints), plus hundreds of other items in black and white.
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