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Blown and pressed American glass

Richard Carter Barret

Blown and pressed American glass

by Richard Carter Barret

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Published by Forward"s Color Productions in Manchester, Vt .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bennington Museum -- Catalogs,
  • Pressed glass -- United States -- Catalogs,
  • Glassware -- United States -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard Carter Barret.
    GenreCatalogs
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK5112 .B3 1966
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20773633M

    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.   Cut glass patterns may have slight irregularities, since they were fashioned by hand.; Pressed glass may have slight dimples on the inside that mirror the pattern on the outside.; Older pieces containing lead are said to glow yellow-green when placed under black light. (Lead was phased out around , when it was needed for the Civil War.).

    ETCHED PATTERN GLASS - Acid Etched Goblets and Tableware of the s by Sid Lethbridge is the new "must have" book for EAPG sellers and collectors. This page book is a treasure of etched EAPG patterns, etched EAPG goblets and pattern glass decorated with etchings. Binder: Miscellaneous DIV. local demands for wage increase strikes and correspondence with AFGWU (American Flint Glass workers' Union of North America), Aug. to early Binder: Factory visits, 9/22/40 up to and inc. 12/12/42 (to various glass companies).

    Pressed glass, which dates to the late 19th century, made glassware affordable to middle class people who lacked the money for fine crystal. Mass produced in a wide variety of shapes and patterns, pressed glass was sometimes dismissed as disposable because it was inexpensive. However, its variety and affordability has. In this interview, Elaine Henderson discusses the history and varieties of Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG), and gives advice to new collectors. Elaine’s Pattern Glass School is a member of our Hall of Fame.. My mother was our inspiration for collecting pattern collected it, .


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That's my way of saying it's one of those books that all serious collectors of American blown, molded and pressed glass should have in their library. It's actually a collection of previously published articles about a very wide assortment of topics including early American glass makers, manufacturers, methods, styles, periods and specific areas of collecting.5/5(4).

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Illustrated with 20 color plates and front and back covers, each containing multiple objects. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international Blown and pressed American glass book 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.

American Glass - Two Volumes in One: Volume I, Blown and Molded; Volume II, Pressed and Cut (From the Pages of Antiques) by Marvin D Schwartz.

Weathervane Books, Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.

Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the. “Past, present and future come together in Gordon’s imaginative new book American Glass.”—Laura Beach, Antiques and the Arts Weekly “Conveyed through objects, blown, pressed, and stained, American Glass tells the story of culture in.

Hand blown vs Pressed glass April 1, April 1, Forgotten Treasures Leave a comment You may not give much thought to what went into the production of the repetitive patterned vase you keep stocked with a bouquet of your favorite flowers, or the uniformity between it and others you have seen at the local antique store.

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".

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Seller Rating: % positive. Articles from the Early American Pattern Glass Society website Pressed Glass Plate Plate,gift of Louise S. Esterly. Author: Regan Brumagen. Blown and pressed American glass.

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Vol. II PRESSED AND CUT Edited by Robert E. DiBartolomeo #7 COLLECTORS GUIDE to the SARATOGA TYPE MINERAL WATERS By Donald Tucker #8 OUT OF THE MOLD by Gay LeCleire Taylor For: The Museum of American Glass at Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ.

#9 AMERICAN GLASS By George S and Helen McKearin #10 Two Hundred Years of AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS. Selected books, articles, videos, websites and other materials on American glass and glassmaking. Materials about blown and mold-blown American glassAuthor: Regan Brumagen.

The most comprehensive guides imaginable. American Glass Volume I: Blown and Moulded, Marvin Schwartz Softcover pages. American Glass Volume II: Pressed and Cut, Robert DiBartholomeo Softcover pages. Condition is excellent with slightest wear to the covers, clean and intact inside.

Shipped from a smoke-free to the weight of these books, we Seller Rating: % positive. Glass-Its Properties and Early Production --Glassmaking and Ornamentation --Early American Blown Glass and Pattern-Molded Glass th- and 18th-Century American Glass Houses and Their Products th-Century Glass and Glass Houses --Blown Three Mold Glass --Early Pressed Glass (Lacy and Non-Lacy) --Pressed Tablewares-Pattern Glass.

Antique Water Carafe, Decanter, Whiskey Decanter, America Brilliant Cut Period 's, Glass Hand Blown Pressed Glass NellieBellesVINTAGE 5 out of 5 stars (45) $ Favorite. Pressed or Blown-molded Blanks- Whereas Hawkes and other fine companies cut mainly hand-blown, solid blanks (with the exception of boxes and shaped, fluted bowls), lesser shops often used pressed or “figured” blanks.

If pressed, the plunger deadened refraction of light on the inner surface. Although Early American glassware advertisements are often found using the terms “moulded” and “prest” interchangeably, pattern-molded (pressed) and blown three-mold glass were manufactured by means of two distinct processes.OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages, pages of plates: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: Foreword --List of Illustrations --Glossary --Glass: Its Properties and Early Production --Glassmaking and Ornamentation --Early American Blown Glass and Pattern-Molded Glass th- and 18th-Century American Glass Houses and Their Products th-Century Glass and Glass Houses --Blown.AMERICAN GLASS - THE FINE ART OF GLASSMAKING IN AMERICA - ILLUSTRATIONS CHARTS AND TABLES GEORGE S.

MCKEARIN AND HELEN MCKEARIN - 24th Printing (Originally Published and ) - Crown Publishers /4 x /4 - Pages (B&W) + Cover + Dust Jacket Hardcover - Red and Gray Cloth with Black Stamping Used - Good Condition - A Few .