Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass

Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass

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Book - 1995-
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From its inception in the 1880s, opalescent glass has enjoyed a widely receptive audience, both in England, where it was introduced, and here in America, where a young but growing market was ready for any touch of brightness and beauty for the hearth and home. Today, thousand of collectors seek opalescent glass. In this new edition you'll find over 175 new and replacement photos as well as updated prices, information, and exciting new finds. Various makers from America, England, and throughout Europe are represented in this edition: Fenton, Northwood, Dugan, Hobbs Brockunier, Greener & Company, John Walsh Walsh, Phoenix Glass Company, Harrachs in the Czech Republic, and many more. Readers will especially enjoy What Collecting Is All About, where you can view group displays of various pieces from some of the best collections in the world. You'll find Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass, 7th Edition, to be a must-have for expanding your knowledge about this wonderful glass.
Publisher: [Paducah, Ky.] : Collector Books, 1995-
ISBN: 9781574326963
Branch Call Number: 748.2075 ST24
Characteristics: volumes : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Edwards, Bill
Carwile, Mike
Alternative Title: Opalescent glass


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