Ncolored glassware of the depression era book 2

Colored glassware of the depression era by hazel marie weatherman, 1970, weatherman glassbooks edition. J s antiques j s antiques specializing in depression era glassware, elegant, kitchen glassware, powder jars, flower frogs, childrens dishes, aladdin lamps and more. Covers 90 patterns of handmade and acidetched glass sold between the 1920s and 1950s. Depression era vintage engraved glass centerpiece or console bowl, with eight sided shape and center well. Hazel weatherman out of print, but really a great resource.

Depression glass patterns depression glass identification. If you collect glassware you have probably seen a reference to a book known as wdg2, aka weathermans colored glassware of the depression era book 2 and the more famous of the set of two. Depression glass is clear or colored translucent machine made glassware that was distributed free, or at low cost, in the united states and canada around the time of the great depression. Depression glass the official depression glass website. This is a really pretty pink beaded block depression glass 2 handled 4 34 jelly bowl made by imperial glass from 1927 to 1930. Is the author of books such as colored glassware of the depression era. Colored glassware of the depression era hazel marie weatherman on. Hazel marie weatherman continuation of book 1 for those hardertofind patterns identified for the advanced collector. Hazel had spent the year between her first two books traveling to glass factories, looking. Green river depression era glass club home facebook. When new, elegant glass would cost more than its oftconfused counterpart, depression glass, because it was at least partially handmade, had a cleaner finish, and more vibrant colors. Florences glassware pattern identification guide by gene. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Colored glassware of the depression era volume 2 pdf.

Antique colored depression glass makers patterns forms marks classic book. Make offer set 2 vintage bartlett collins twitch clear flat tumblers depression glass 3. Colored glassware of the depression era 1970 edition open library. The second volume of the definitive guide to depression era glassware.

Collectors encyclopedia of depression glass, 19th edition. Lot of 2 depression glass berry bowls with handles manhattan pattern c. The title of this book is collectors encyclopedia of depression glass, 19th edition and it was written by gene florence, cathy florence. Colored glassware of the depression era 2 book, 1974. This depression era glassware includes twelve tall tapered goblets, two shorter tapered glasses, eight champagne and several wine glasses.

Colored glassware of the depression era, book 2 9780974046 by weatherman, hazel marie and a great selection of similar new, used. Colored glassware of the depression era 2 weatherman hazel marie on. During this period, glass was produced inexpensively and was sometimes given away for free with the purchase of another product. See all books authored by gene florence, including collectors encyclopedia of depression glass, and collectible glassware from the 40s 50s 60s. In a nutshell, depression glass is machine produced glass made in america from the mid 1920s through the 1930s. Two anchor hocking fire king identification value glassware. Colored glassware of the depression era 2 inscribed. An illustrated value guide collectible glassware from the forties, fifties, and sixties, and more on.

This was felt to be more formal, yet simple, and was already widely accepted by the buying public. Glass decorating techniques colored glassware depression. Its a must have for any depression glass collector. Colored glassware of the depression era, book 2 by hazel. One of those items was depression glass, which was very popular during the late 1920s into the early 1940s.

Be sure to search our other imperial glass available. Money back guarantee ensures you receive the item you ordered or get your money back. Imagine wandering into the kitchen for breakfast, opening a package of quaker. This jelly bowl is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. Over patterns are pictured and identified, including unknown patterns not published in any other source. Tiffin a schiffer book for collectors, byed goshe, ruth hemminge and leslie a. Fourth printing of the 1970 first edition, inscribed by the author and dated on the first page. Names include fire king, florentine, normandie, petalware and more. The depression era started in 1929 in the united states and spread around the world. Visit today to search for that last elusive piece to complete your collection, or perhaps list and sell some of your beautiful, but excess. Joyce was a featured seminar speaker at the 2004 ndga convention in council bluffs, iowa the information in this paper is based on 92 depression glass patterns made by the seven major producers of depression glass from 1923 to 1939. However those flaws are the characteristics used by collectors to identify original glass wares that were produced in the depression era.

Over 250 popular patterns of vintage glassware are shown through 315 color photographs in 16 chapters based on colors. This book features the handmade and acidetched glassware that was sold in fine jewelry and department stores from the depression era through the 1950s. Buy a cheap copy of colored glassware of the depression era. With an active marketplace of over 175 million items, use the alibris advanced search page to find any item you are looking for through the advanced search, you can find items by searching specific terms such as title, artist, song title, genre, etc or you can narrow. Hazel marie weatherman books biography and list of works.

This book includes every pattern featured in his collectors encyclopedia of depression glass, collectible glassware from the 40s, 50s, and 60s and collectors encyclopedia of elegant glassware, as well as many morenearly 400 patterns in all. Glassware of the depression era, book 2 fostoria its first fifty years. Most are in a matching wheel cut floral pattern with paneled design. During the 1920s, 19thcentury patternglass manufacturers such as mckee, heisey, and fostoria struggled as the real thing from waterford and baccarat, among other european manufacturers, became relatively inexpensive and plentiful in the united states. Colored glassware of the depression era book 2 is an oversized 400 pages. Depression glass is called such because collectors generally associate massproduced glassware found in pink, yellow, crystal, or green with the years surrounding the great depression in america. If depression glass was to be produced today, it would likely not be acceptable in the market due to a range of flaws associated with it. She published the annual price guides and the comprehensive colored glassware of the depression era, book 2 glassbooks, 1969,1972.

Gene florence books list of books by author gene florence. It was inexpensive, and came in a variety of colors. She appeared on the walter kronkite evening news and in newsweek magazine, both of which credited her with starting the collecting craze of the 70s. Until this time, the majority of fine glass produced, especially in dinner service, had been in crystal, or colorless glass. National depression glass association patterns important. Depression era vintage elegant glass vase, unusual black satin glass. We were told this was cambridge glass, but this has only the remain. Depression glass is a collectors term used for inexpensive tableware items made from machinepressed glass during the 1920s and 1940s. Other depression glassware, depression, glassware, glass.

Elegant glassware of the depression era and its impact on. But when the great depression hit, americans once again turned to pattern glass, which we know today as depression glass, for entertaining and. Unfollow depression glass book to stop getting updates on your ebay feed. Depression glass is a catchall phrase for massproduced, collectible glassware and tableware that was either clear or colored.

This twelfth edition of elegant glassware of the depression era holds more than 100 new photographs and updated values. If you are looking for glass valuations, each author has their own method for determining. Bring it with you when shopping for depression glass so that you can compare prices and check styles, patterns, and colors with those listed in your guidebook. Over 43 american glass companies have been researched and are represented. Collectible and antique glassware, depression, patterns. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Colored glassware of the depression era, book 2 weatherman, hazel marie on. This glass was given out at the movies, in flour bags or soapboxes. Elegant glass is high quality glassware created in the united states during the depression era.

Glass decorating techniques colored glassware depression era and later november 25, 20 by kathy leave a comment were all familiar with colored glass, from gorgeous stained glass, to colored vases, to glass colored red or green, blue, pink or yellow. Pina concentrates on the stemware and limited dinnerware from the 1930s. Gene florences most popular book is collectors encyclopedia of depression glass. Weatherman 1977, hardcover at the best online prices at ebay. This volume does not repeat the first volume, but chronologies harder to find lines such as flower garden and butterflies, moondrops, rock crystal, radiance, rose point and so many hundreds more by such luminary.

Colored glassware of the depression era, book 2, by hazel marie. See more ideas about glass, cambridge and vintage glassware. It includes extensive photos, listings, and actual glass company catalog reprints for. It was sold for high prices in department stores and given as wedding gifts.

Glass books the glass and pottery sellers association. While depression glass may not be the most accurate term, the history of depression glass is an interesting one. Patterns important to the history of depression glass by joyce e. Collectors have depended on gene florences books since 1972 for accurate information and values.

Colored glassware of the depression era by hazel m. The depression era elegant glassware of the depression era and its impact on peoples life abstract this paper presents a brief history regarding the depression era and clarifies the characteristics and properties possessed by elegant glass which was developed during the depression era and is considered as a better made glass in comparison to the cheaper machine made. A collection of 1930s to 1940s pink cut glass stemware. Elegant glassware of the depression era by gene florence. It includes extensive photos, listings, and actual glass company catalog reprints for official identification of thousands of depression glass pieces and patterns not found in any other book. The depressionera glassware that came in boxes of oatmeal. The ndga does not endorse any particular author or publisher, and there certainly are books that are not listed here which may also be relevant.

The book features the handmade and acidetched 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. In 1970, when colored glassware of the depression era came out. Green river depression era glass club, kent, washington. This is the perfect starter book for any wouldbe collector a gentle and humorous introduction to the hobby starting with the origins of the glass, leading them through garage sales and auctions, and on to a more extensive knowledge of specific colors, patterns, pieces, and prominent companies. Books by gene florence share book recommendations with. Here is a large selection of books on glassware topics, any and all of which are good choices for your reference library.

Gene florence has 43 books on goodreads with 843 ratings. Vintage set of 4 depression era glass pink 6 1 2 tall iced tea flat tumblers 16 oz thin oldeandknewglassshop 5. Lists colors, prices, measurments, for all known pieces. In this book, expert and beginning glass collectors will find. Hazel marie weatherman biography and list of works hazel marie weatherman books.

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