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2 edition of Early American pressed glass. found in the catalog.

Early American pressed glass.

Ruth Webb Lee

Early American pressed glass.

Enl. and rev. A classification of patterns collectible in sets together with individual pieces for table decorations

by Ruth Webb Lee

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Published by Lee Publications in Wellesley Hills, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pressed glass -- Collectors and collecting -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ruth Webb Lee.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 666 p.
    Number of Pages666
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23267652M

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Early American pressed glass by Ruth Webb Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

One of the very best books on Early American Pressed Glass (EAPG). It is all line drawings and black and white photos, but the images are effective, the listing is among the most comprehensive, and the texts are informative.

It is very good for identifying all of the commoner, and many of /5(5). Ruth Webb Lee's Handbook of Early American Pressed Glass Patterns Paperback – June 1, by Ruth W. Lee (Author)/5(2). Early American Pattern Glass is a reprint of Alice Hulett Metz's book first published in and considered by many to be the "bible" of pattern glass collecting.

The Early American Pattern Glass Society contributed by forming a committee of eight experienced collectors and dealers to review and revise the content/5(8).

This book made me appreciate my glass collection even more. Some of the book is rather dry reading but, there is a wealth of information here too. If you are a beginner in glass as I am, you will like the Collector's Guide to American Pressed Glass/5(18).

For decades, this book has been a standard authority on Early American Pressed Glass. It has established and given the first accurate classification of hundreds of patterns and s: 0. Early American Pressed Glass: A Classification Of Patterns Collectible In Sets Together With Individual Pieces For Table Decorations, Revised and Enlarged Edition.

Lee, Ruth Webb. In "Early American Pattern Glass," ALL patterns are listed alphabetically instead of grouping "like patterns" together for easier field ID this is what probably frustrates people the worst about this book/5(15). Vintage reference book on early american pressed glass and sandwich glass TodieHull 5 out of 5 stars () $ Early American Pattern Glass Antique Barware GlassLadyAtHome 5 out of 5 stars () $ Well you're in luck, because here they come.

There are early american pressed glass for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ Union Flint Glass Works manufactured Kensington Pennsylvania near Philadelphia. Made in the period between and Neal lists this piece as the D (Divided Salt two compartments) and only lists this in (Clear DA) and (dark green DIB).This piece in my collection is a very dark blue cobalt has the French Fluer Di Lis on the 4 outer sides and has a Sunburst on the outer Bottom.

The Society was formed to foster and encourage the collection, appreciation, study, and documentation of early American pattern glassware, its makers, and its place in American life, past and present. It is a non-profit group of collectors and dealers who share an interest in Early American Pattern Glass.

This book, "Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass " by Bill Edwards & Mike Carwile is LOADED with misinformation about Pressed Glass.

We highly recommend that it NOT be used for reference but if you must use it, please download the HUNDREDS of corrections off our web site by clicking HERE & understand that there may be many more errors. The largest, most accurate, and most complete database of pattern names and photos of glass.

Beginning inthrough our Facebook sponsored page, we have collected, cataloged, identified, and verified patterns and stored photos showing various forms of those patterns.

By our database has over 4, patterns and ab photos from. Early American Pressed Glass: A Classification Of Patterns Collectible In Sets Together With Individual Pieces For Table Decorations, Revised and Enlarged Edition Lee, Ruth Webb Published by.

Early American Pattern Glass and Much More Early American Pattern Glass Alice Metz Originally written in the 's, recently reissued.

Hundreds of pictures of patterns, mostly stemware. Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Editions) Edwards & Carwile. Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG), also known as pressed glass, was produced from roughly to Cheaper to manufacture than blown glass, this glassware was made in cast-iron molds and marketed as an economic alternative to hand-cut crystal.

Manufacturers made a wide range of patterns in order to compete with each other, usually patenting their work. M'Kee Victorian Glass: Five Complete Glass Catalogs from /60 to New York: Dover Publications, Inc., Jenks, Bill, and Jerry Luna.

Early American Pattern Glass, Major Collectible Table Settings with Prices. Radnor, Pennsylvania: Wallace-Homestead Book Company, Kamm, Minnie Watson. A Fifth Pattern Glass Book.

2nd. Early American Pattern Glass, also known simply as "pattern glass", "pressed glass", or Victorian glass, is pressed glass tableware (& some related novelty glass items) made during the Victorian period caonly in America, in goblets and in "sets".

Start your review of The Collector's Encyclopedia of Pattern Glass: A Pattern Guide to Early American Pressed Glass Write a review Sheryl Stinchcum rated it it was amazing/5.

Early American Prescut was a product of the 60's era, with many different pieces being produced. Some pieces were produced for only one year, while others enjoyed a fairly long run.

Early American Prescut by Anchor Hocking Description: Clear, pressed star, fan design Status: Discontinued: - Condition: New/Used; good. Some useful guides include “Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass” (sixth edition) by Bill Edwards, “The Collector's Encyclopedia of Pattern Glass” by Mollie Helen McCain and “Early American Pressed Glass: A Classification of Patterns Collectible in Sets Together With Individual Pieces for Table Decorations” by Ruth Webb Lee.

Sandwich Glass Early "Moon and Star" Flint Glass Spooner, Spoon Holder, c. Ending Today at PM PST. Top Rated Plus Color: Clear Style: Victorian. 's GILLINDER & SONS Antique Frosted Lion Glass EAPG Centennial Paperweight. Ending Today at PM PST. Top Rated Plus Color: Clear Style: Victorian.

EAPG 7 Piece Gold Gilded.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Early American Pattern Glass (often abbreviated EAPG in collecting circles) was made using molds of one or more parts depending on the size of the piece being produced, and molten glass was pressed into the molds.

The molds could be quite intricate when used to make figural knobs and patterns featuring animals, fruit, and other elaborate motifs.