Florence s Glassware Pattern Identification Guide

Arranged by pattern name, with an index of company names.

Florence s Glassware Pattern Identification Guide

Arranged by pattern name, with an index of company names.

American Pattern Glass Table Sets

Values are even given for items not shown in photos, in the event that readers own something not pictured in the book. This book also features dimensions of each piece shown, something not always available in previous references.

American Pattern Glass Table Sets

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. You will find over 425 patterns made by such industry giants as U.S. Glass, Northwood, Cambridge, Heisey, Fostoria, and Indiana Glass. Our aim was for actual pictures of each pattern for easy identification plus a price guide and an index of cross references of the various names ascribed to the same pattern. Dates and colors made, reproduction information, and pertinent facts are included, as well as current collector values. Values are even given for items not shown in photos, in the event that readers own something not pictured in the book. This book also features dimensions of each piece shown, something not always available in previous references. Coordinated by Don Jones and Danny Cornelius. 2007 values.

The Hazel Atlas Glass Identification And Value Guide

A handy index is a nice new addition to the book. 2009 values.

The Hazel Atlas Glass Identification And Value Guide

The Hazel-Atlas Company was established in Washington, Pennsylvania, in 1902 as a result of the merger of the Hazel Glass Company and the neighboring Atlas Glass and Metal Company. Though its corporate offices were located in Wheeling, West Virginia, Hazel-Atlas factories produced machine-made pressed glass throughout the U.S., including Oakland, California; Buffalo, New York; and Ada, Oklahoma. Cathy and Gene Florence, America s leading glassware authorities, have produced a second edition of their popular title devoted to Hazel-Atlas glass. Loaded with hundreds of new pieces and color photographs, the book still retains its organization by categories (children's dishes, tumblers, food containers, patterns, mugs, bowls, plates, syrups), making it easy for readers to locate items. A handy index is a nice new addition to the book. 2009 values.

Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era

This thirteenth edition of Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era features the handmade and acid-etched glassware that was sold in department and jewelry stores from the Depression era through the 1950s, not the dimestore and giveaway ...

Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era

This thirteenth edition of Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era features the handmade and acid-etched glassware that was sold in department and jewelry stores from the Depression era through the 1950s, not the dimestore and giveaway items known as Depression glass. As always, Cathy and Gene Florence have added many new discoveries and re-photographed many items from previous books. There are more than 260 new photographs in this edition. Large group settings are included for each of the 129 patterns, as well as close-ups to show pattern details. Once again all pieces in photographs are identified and cross-referenced with their listings. There is also a helpful index by company. The famous glassmakers represented include Fenton, Cambridge, Heisey, Tiffin, Imperial, Duncan & Miller, U.S. Glass, and Paden City. The Florences provide a list of all known pieces, with colors and measurements.

Pocket Guide to Depression Glass and More 1920s 1960s

This popular guide has been completely revised.

Pocket Guide to Depression Glass and More  1920s 1960s

This popular guide has been completely revised. Many of the photos have been reshot to improve the quality and add new finds. These colour photos show great detail, and the listings of the patterns and their available pieces make identification simple.

Anchor Hocking s Fire King and More

Loaded with hundreds of full-color photographs, vintage catalog pages, company morgue items, facts, new information, and values, this new edition will be a hit once again with collectors.

Anchor Hocking s Fire King and More

From the 1940s through 2000, Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation of Lancaster, Ohio, produced an extensive line of heat-resistant oven glassware called Fire-King. Loaded with hundreds of full-color photographs, vintage catalog pages, company morgue items, facts, new information, and values, this new edition will be a hit with collectors of its 13 patterns.

Pocket Guide to Depression Glass More

This book is the perfect companion to the Florences' Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, now in its eighteenth edition. 2009 values.

Pocket Guide to Depression Glass   More

Over 4,000 values have been updated in the sixteenth edition of Pocket Guide to Depression Glass & More, representing the ever-changing market. Many of the photographs have been replaced to add new finds and showcase other available items. The more than 200 color photographs and the listings of the patterns make identification simple. Once again, all pieces in photographs are identified and cross-referenced with their listings--the Florences' photo legends have become quite a hit with collectors. There is even a section on re-issues and fakes to educate collectors on how to spot an authentic piece of Depression glass. This book is the perfect companion to the Florences' Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, now in its eighteenth edition. 2009 values.

Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era

Includes identification and values for more than 90 patterns with 22 new patterns added since the last edition. Full-color photos.

Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era

This title is released every other year, with hundreds of new photos, listings, and updated values. This book features the handmade and acid-etched glassware that was sold in department and jewelry stores from the Depression era through the 1950s.

Glass Candlesticks of the Depression Era

The Florences have compiled this second volume to once again help identify the candlestick patterns made from the Depression era to modern day.

Glass Candlesticks of the Depression Era

The Florences have compiled this second volume to once again help identify the candlestick patterns made from the Depression era to modern day. With no repeated shots from the authors' first volume, more than 500 different candlesticks are shown in full color, dozens never before seen in any other book. For simplicity of use this book is arranged according to color: amber, black, blue, crystal, green, iridescent, multicolor, pink, purple, red, smoke, white, and yellow. Many famous glassmakers are represented, such as Heisey, Indiana, Cambridge, Fostoria, Westmoreland, and Tiffin. The descriptive text for each candleholder includes pattern, maker, color, height, and current collector value. A helpful index and bibliography are also provided.

Art Market Research

Contemporary glass artists of Australia; Belgium; Canada; Denmark; Finland;
Iceland; Italy; Japan; NewZealand; United Kingdom; United States. Florence,
Gene. Florence's Glassware Pattern Identification Guide. Paducah, KY: Collector
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Art Market Research

This book is for art market researchers at all levels. A brief overview of the global art market and its major stakeholders precedes an analysis of the various sales venues (auction, commercial gallery, etc.). Library research skills are reviewed, and advanced methods are explored in a chapter devoted to basic market research. Because the monetary value of artwork cannot be established without reference to the aesthetic qualities and art historical significance of our subject works, two substantial chapters detail the processes involved in researching and documenting the fine and decorative arts, respectively, and provide annotated bibliographies. Methods for assigning values for art objects are explored, and sources of price data, both in print and online, are identified and described in detail. In recent years, art historical scholarship increasingly has addressed issues related to the history of art and its markets: a chapter on resources for the historian of the art market offers a wide range of sources. Finally, provenance and art law are discussed, with particular reference to their relevance to dealers, collectors, artists and other art market stakeholders.

Sicily

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Sicily

Comprehensive accounts of all the sights, from the mosaics of Monreale and the temples of Agrigento to bustling markets in Palermo, and reviews of hotels and restaurants for every budget, in every corner of the island. Practical information on trips to Etna, mountain hikes and excursions to the outlying islands.

Warman s Glass

It was an inexpensive machine-made glass and was produced by several
companies in various patterns and colors. ... Depression Era, 9th ed., Collector
Books, 2000; — , Florence's Glassware Pattern Identification Guide, Collector
Books, Vol.

Warman s Glass

Featuring everything from platters, tumblers, and vases, to ashtrays, and decanters, this guide identifies and prices European and American glassware from more than 160 manufacturers, such as Carnival, Depression, Lalique, and Tiffany. Includes updated pricing and detailed descriptions.

Warman s Americana Collectibles

It was an inexpensive machine-made glass and was produced by several
companies in various patterns and colors. ... of the Depression Era, 8th ed.,
Collector Books, 1999; — , Florence's Glassware Pattern Identification Guide, Vol
.

Warman s Americana   Collectibles

Provides descriptions and price listings for such American antiques as pottery, games, comic books, cookie cutters, children's toys, and beer bottles.

Glass A to Z

BIBLIOGRAPHY Glass Collections in Museums in the United States & Canada .
Corning ... Corning Museum of Glass , 1982 . ... Florence's Glassware Pattern
Identification Guide : Easy identification of Glassware from the 1920s throug
1960s .

Glass A to Z

Where did Depression glass originate? When did Fenton start making glass? The answers to these and many more questions are found here. This handy and easy-to-use new collector's resource of definitions and descriptions for glass terms, styles, patterns, and manufacturers will be referred to time and time again. More than 400 photographs and line drawings are included to illustrate significant shapes, patterns, and makers' marks. Everything from Depression to Pattern glass and Fenton to Tiffany is covered. Includes dozens of manufacturers' marks to aid in identification. -- Features more than 400 photographs and line drawings to illustrate significant shapes, patterns, and makers' marks -- Provides valuable historical information on popular glass manufacturers -- An invaluable resource for collectors, dealers, and appraisers

Jeff Herman s Guide to Book Publishers Editors Literary Agents

Sample titles: Collector's Guide to Made in Japan Ceramics, Book IV by Carole
Bess White, Florences Glassware Pattern Identification Guide, Vol III by Gene
and Cathy Florence; The Glass Candlestick Book, Vol 1 by Tom Felt and Elaine
and ...

Jeff Herman s Guide to Book Publishers  Editors   Literary Agents

A guide to the names and specialities of American and Canadian publishers, editors, and literary agents includes information on the acquisition process and on choosing literary agents.

Everything Collectibles

COUNTRY STORE PRODUCTS Wilson , David L . General Store Collectibles :
An Identification and Value Guide . ... Florence ' s Glassware Pattern Identification
Guide : Easy Identification for Glassware from the 1920s through the 1960s .

Everything Collectibles

A helpful guide to buying and selling collectibles focuses on Americana, autographs, dolls, figurines, sports collectibles, stamps, and coins, among many other items. Original.

Indian Bannerstones and Related Artifacts

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95 6643 Florences ' Glassware Pattern Identification Guide , Vol . IV . . . . . . . $ 19 .

Indian Bannerstones and Related Artifacts

Begun by the late Lar Hothem and completed by James R. Bennett, this co-authored identification and value guide focuses on the very popular and often ornate Indian bannerstone artifacts of ancient America. With several hundred full-color photographs representing some of America's most famous bannerstone collections, Indian Bannerstones & Related Artifacts gives collectors an in-depth look at hundreds of the most prized ancient weapon components collected in modern times, including many rare and valuable examples.