3 edition of Early American Pattern Glass Value Guide found in the catalog.
Early American Pattern Glass Value Guide
June 1978 by Collector Books .
Written in English
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A new book Oct. by Dennis L. Prince & Lynn Dralle has a section on Early American Pattern Glass by Be sure to visit our Used Book Store for used & out of print books. 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 is the first book on identifying Early American Pattern Glass cake stands. It features 1, photographs, mostly color, of cake plates and their pedestals, as well as descriptions of the patterns themselves.
Its easy-to-use format presents pattern names listed alphabetically by /5(8). This guide will help you identify and value your elegant glassware, including patterns made by Fostoria, Heisey, Cambridge, Duncan and Miller, Tiffin and t glassware is higher in quality than Depression glass, although it was made in some of the same colors such as pink, green, and yellow along with a proliferation of clear patterns.
From your description, I believe you have the water pitcher in the Monkey pattern, attributed to George Duncan & Sons, Pittsburgh, Pa., circa ’s. Please go to your local library and request a copy of “Early American Pattern Glass:Collector’s Identification & Price. 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.
You should SUSPECT a pattern's name BEFORE HAND from your trusty field guide, then VERIFY it with "Early American Pattern Glass." This /5(15). About is designed for hobbyists, serious collectors of, and dealers in Early American Pattern Glass.
The primary purpose of this web site is to be a resource for its subscribers in pattern identification and researching the Market Value History of the Early American Pattern Glass items in their collection. The primary purpose of this pattern glass index is to assist with the identification of EAPG patterns.
Pattern information is as up to date as possible, and it is updated whenever new information is found. A big thank-you to all the scholars and researchers that find and report this new information.
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$ 3 bids. $ shipping. Ending May 31 at PM PDT 5d 9h. Book Early American Pattern Glass Alice Hulett Metz 2nd Print Signed. $ Nineteenth Century Glass-Its Genesis and Development, Albert Christian Revi.
3) Jenks Bill Jenks & Darryl Riley are co-authors of the 'bible' of EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass; Collector's Identification & Price Guide 2nd Edition, They also wrote the only book about EAPG reproductions. 4) Unitt There are 2 books, American & Canadian Goblets Volumes I & II written by Doris & Peter Unitt.
We call them Unitt I. Early American Pattern Glass Society members. A non-profit group of collectors, dealers, and researchers/historians who share an appreciation. 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 cturers made a wide range of patterns in order to compete with each other, usually patenting their work.
This book is a salute to early American pattern glass table sets. With the picture quality herein, this book is not only for the new collector who is just being introduced to early American pattern glass, but also for those who have collected for years/5.
EAPG is my specialty of 55+ years. As Pattern Glass Editor of and Pattern Glass Editor ex off. of Warman’s Antiques & their Prices, as well as author/editor of the currently-updated Wallace-Homestead Price Guide to Pattern Glass (only available from me) I do identification for $6 via PayPal, satisfaction guaranteed.
Lovely antique Victorian glass high standard pedestal cake stand in a Ball and Swirl type pattern. From the late 's /early 's. Exact pattern, glass maker and. Pattern glass is caught in our history in ways most people never bother to think about.
At the height of the manufacture of Early American Pattern Glass, came the Philadelphia Centennial in What better way to advertise glass than for Gillinder & Sons to set up its own 60 x 90 glass factory in Fairmount Park. "Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era: Identification and Value Guide Book" by Cathy and Gene Florence "Warman's Fenton Glass: Identification and Price Guide" by Mark Moran "Colored Glassware of the Depression Era 2" by Hazel Marie Weatherman "Much.
EARLY AMERICAN PRESCUT aka STAR OF DAVID Line No. is the true EAPC pattern produced by Anchor Hocking from toalthough most pieces were discontinued by The sugar, creamer, cruets, vases and shakers with plastic tops were made as late as How to Identify Vintage-Cut Glass Patterns.
American Brilliant Period glass production was the last great heyday of the cut-glass craze -- and it ended about a. Looking for books by Gene Florence. See all books authored by Gene Florence, including Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, and Collectible Glassware from the 40s 50s 60s: An Illustrated Value Guide (Collectible Glassware from the Forties, Fifties, and Sixties), and more on Opaque glass, commonly known as milk glass, reached the height of its popularity in the 19th and early 20th century when it was produced as a more economical option to European glass and china.
Like other glassware, milk glass underwent a revival in the s and s and has been considered an “evergreen” collectible since.
Resources for Early American Pattern Glass. Reference Books on Early American Pattern Glass. If you are looking for one book, especially if you are a beginning collector, then the book you should buy or borrow is: Early American Pattern Glass – Collector’s Identification & Price Guide by Darryl Reilly & Bill Jenks.
It is still in print, it is under $ and illustrates hundreds of. Get this from a library. The collector's encyclopedia of pattern glass: a pattern guide to early American pressed glass.
[Mollie Helen McCain] -- A Pattern guide to. How to Identify Fostoria Glass - Pattern Identification Guide. There are several differences. The Cube glass isn’t as good quality while the Fostoria is real crystal that has a glow in the light. Midwestern Blown Glass. These early bottles blown in the era are typical of Ohio and Western Pennsylvania style blown bottles.
The most desirable specimens are called Swirls (left) or Club (right) bottles and have a pattern in the glass of swirled ribs. EAPG is an acronym for EARLY AMERICAN PATTERN GLASS, also known as Pressed metal molds that enabled lower costs of manufacturing, it reached its peak around midth to very earlythC.
The huge variety and range of designs, as well as the ability to add color, enhanced its appeal and soon became the most popular alternative to Blown Glass or Cut Glass or Crystal and other more. Fostoria glassware is famous for its ingenuity, creativity, colors, design and “American” pattern.
Though the Fostoria Glass Co. was in business for nearly years, the limited number of pieces that survive and the quality of the products make them collector’s items today.
Replacement pieces available for the Early America Prescut, Star of David, Crystal Pattern made by Anchor Hocking. Early American Prescut glassware by Anchor Hocking is commanding a place in the collectible glassware circles.
Early American Prescut was a product of the 60's era, with many different pieces being produced. EARLY AMERICAN BOTTLES & FLASKS (Civil War era & before) Listed prices do not include shipping & insurance. Please read the Important Information for Buyers section on the main "Bottles For Sale" page for complete buyer information.
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- Early American Pattern Glass, also known as simply "pattern glass", or Victorian glass is pressed glass tableware (& some related novelty glass items) made only during the Victorian period caonly in America.
Some individual pieces were made and some was made in "sets" such that all of the pieces in the set matched in design pins. Pyrex Passion II is the only reference guide to provide a comprehensive listing of opal PYREX commercial, consumer, and restaurant dinnerware produced from the s through the addition to dinnerware, PYREX Passion II also includes all opal cups and mugs produced in standard patterns to match Corelle Livingware or Pyrex bake ware and s of promotional mugs produced for.
Some are tall, some short, and some have covers. It used to be sought after by collectors of Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG). But demand for pattern glass has fallen dramatically over the last years.
Price guides value open compotes in this pattern at $$ But one like yours recently attracted only one bidder on Ebay. Click photo to view larger image and other views.
According to the Metz book "Early American Pattern Glass", this pattern was manufactured circa 's. 2 available at $ each Size: 2 3/4" diameter; 5. Conversely, a pattern like Royal Lace, which has many admirers, has strong demand and has retained a high value even though you can find most pieces without too much difficulty.
On the other extreme, the interesting S Pattern Stippled Rose depression glass from MacBeth Evans is a very slow seller, even at greatly reduced prices.
Gene Florence’s most popular book is Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass. identification & value guide, including Early American Prescut and Wexford by. Gene Florence, Cathy Florence.
American Pattern Glass Table Sets: Identification & Value Guide by. Background. 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.
Most early antique oil lamps were more functional than decorative and sometimes wasted oil. But in the early s, the Betty style oil lamp was created, which was an improvement on older models featuring uncovered dishes that wasted oil and produced too much spoke.EAPC, when referring to vintage glassware, stands for "Early American Prescut".
It is a pattern that was produced by the Anchor Hocking company from the ss and is also known by collectors.View Pattern. Navarre Clear. View Pattern. Engagement (Platinum Trim, Stem ) View Pattern. Century (Pressed) American Lady Clear (Stem ) View Pattern. Love Song. View Pattern. Argus Blue (Stem ) View Pattern.
Coin Glass Emerald Green (Older, Stem ) View Pattern. Coin Glass Dark Blue (Older) View Pattern.