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Relative values of early American patterned glass
Caurtman G. House
|Statement||by Caurtman G. House.|
|LC Classifications||NK5112 .H68 1944|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
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.
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House starting at $ Relative values of early American patterned glass, a check list with prices covering more than seven thousand forms in the two hundred most popular 2/5(1). 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.
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" such that all of the pieces in the set match in design.
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. Members 22, Created about 10 years ago. 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 date of manufacture unknown.
Size: 9" diameter. If you have at least year old glass that you've inherited, we're happy to try and help you with ID. If you are interested in collecting year old pressed glass dishes that match yours, and you are unsure of the name of your pattern(s), we will try to help. 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.
Pressed Glass, also referred to as Pattern Glass, was produced between to The majority was produced in the ’s. When it was originally designed, it was intended for everyday use and was made to be very durable and at the same time, attractive.
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, and she died at a very young age. Early American Patterned Glass. Showing all 16 results. Sold Out Antique Northwood Diamond Points Glass Basket EAPG Gold Trimmed $ Sold - Contact Us to Find Another.
Read more; Heisey Crystal with Gold Rim Pillows EAPG Glass Toothpick Holder $ Add to cart; Antique Dugan Amethyst Pulled Loop EAPG Squat Vase. Make Offer - 2 EAPG Royal Lily Fleur-de-Lis Toothpick Holders U.S. Glass Circa EXC 3Q s FROSTED ROMAN KEY by Union Glass FLINT CLEAR ” H Goblet $ 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.
This volume contains hundreds of illustrations of patterns and a complete pricing system for the glass. The author is one of the country's recognized authorities on pattern glass.
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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.
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 3/4". Early American Prescut Glass. 1, likes 8 talking about this. Made by Anchor Hocking, Early American Prescut is most commonly called EAPC, but Followers: K.
The Lechners have studied and specialized in obtaining detailed information relative to the antique art and patterned glass salt shakers primarily manufactured by American glass houses during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
with size, markings, special characteristics, patterns, variations, as well as current collector values. In 3/5(1). This first volume, which is one of four, focuses on the many early pressed pattern glass products that Indiana Glass was making and marketing from to This volume contains all of Indiana's Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) as well as their goofus glass, oil lamps, kitchenware and children's : Maple Creek Media.
Largest database of EAPG pattern info on the web. A website for collectors of Early American Pattern Glass items. With a searchable database of over 8, high-resolution color digital photographs of eapg items, containing pattern information for over 2, EAPG patterns.
O market value histories. The Lechners have studied and specialized in obtaining detailed information relative to the antique art and patterned glass salt shakers primarily manufactured by American glass houses during the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the six years since their last release, they have photographed and Author: Ralph Lechner.
Ruth Webb Lee's) Handbook of early American pressed glass patterns by Lee, Ruth Webb and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A.
Your compote is an example of Early American Pattern Glass. Boston & Sandwich Glass Company in Massachusetts was probably the first American factory to have a pressing : Anne Mccollam.
For example, the early San Francisco mineral water bottle pictured here is known to date between based on the information provided by the embossing (company name embossed on the pictured side and the glass maker - Union Glass Works - embossed on the reverse) and research done by collectors (Markota ).
Welcome to the site of American Pattern You may have heard Early American Pattern Glass called by its acronymn, EAPG, or perhaps pattern molded, pressed glass or just pattern glass. It’s all the same. It reflects a period of American glass history between and EAPG Early American Pattern Glass book Alice Hulett Metz, autographed copy edition 5th print Glass identification reference book TheCollectaholic 5 out of 5.
The United Glass Company (Wistarburgh) was America's first successful glassworks. It operated largely prior to the American Revolution. Glass made at the site can now be attributed to this factory because of analysis of alkali-lime glass shards from the glassworks site shows that green Wistarburgh bottle glass is much more calcic and is enriched in various.
Brief Overview. The term “EAPG” (Early American Pattern Glass) is applied to pressed glass tableware (occasionally including some blown glassware), made in sets, made within the United States primarily in the periodand carrying some type of recognizable pattern (motif, theme or design raised in the glass) that was repeated, often with some slight variations, from.
Early American Pattern Glass Society: celebrating twenty years, / Early American Pattern Glass Society. The Corning Museum of Glass is temporarily closed as we do our part to limit the spread of COVID All previously scheduled classes, events, and programs are cancelled until further.
The Big Book of Fenton Glass: John Walk Schiffer Publishing. 5th edition, updated values. A book of photos and prices well arranged by “type” of Fenton: Coin Dot (opalescent); Crests, Hobnail, Opalescent patterns, overlay patterns and pastel milk glass.
Glass Lovers Glass Database is a large project that is dedicated to keeping glass identification resources on the net free. Our members identify glassware, provide the images and data then we have a team that catalogs it.
The most important thing a member can do at Glass Lovers Glass Database is learn the language of glass. American Bottles and Flasks book by Helen McKearin and Kenneth M. Wilson. Crown Publishers, pages. 11 ¼ x 8 ¾" Out of print. Over illustrations. The classic reference for collectors of early bottles and flasks.
Section II – the figural flask charts, is the section where flasks are organized, numbered and identified in line drawings by groups (see photos). American Brilliant Cut Glass up for auction Oct. By Antique Trader Staff. Depression Glass. Carnival glass values depend on many factors. By Antique Trader Staff.
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Blown glass buttons with glass shanks appear in the 19th century and perhaps previously. Blown glass with metal shanks were developed after Lacey glass, both that of the pressed tableware fame and look-alikes, was produced from toprimarily for women's clothing. Inmilk glass buttons, simple utilitarian two to four hole sew.
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Revisit the simple beauty and elegance of an early American dinner table. Hundreds of patterns are presented here, each cross-referenced to all known citations in the pattern glass literature.
Stylish and nostalgic, this is THE reference for collectors. The Lechners have studied and specialized in obtaining detailed information relative to the antique art and patterned glass salt shakers primarily manufactured by American glass houses during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
In the six years since their last release, they have photographed and documented hundreds of additional shakers not yet.of Glass, p. Includes list "For further reading" (p). Frantz, Susanne K. Contemporary glass: a world survey from the Corning Museum of Glass.
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Edited by Rosa Barovier Mentasti. Duncan & Miller called their version Early American Sandwich. Duncan produced it from until when Duncan closed. Early American Sandwich is easily is the most extensive line among these four makers, with over twice as many items as any of the other three.
When Duncan closed, their moulds were acquired by U.S. Glass Co. (Tiffin).