Century of Indiana Glass: Pattern Identification and Value Guideby Craig S. Schenning
From 1896 until 2002, under the names Beatty-Brady, National, and Indiana Glass, beautiful glassware has been produced in Dunkirk, Indiana. This book captures the beauty of that glass in 440 vivid color images. For the first time in a single reference, over 100 patterns ranging from pressed glass of the Depression to post-World War II and contemporary eras are displayed. The patterns include the popular Artura, Bethlehem Star, Constellation, Diamond Point, Garland, Indiana Feather, Leaf, Moderne Classic, Old English, Park Lane, Vernon, and Willow. Their restaurant, hotel, and soda fountain glassware is also included. The text provides a history of the Indiana Glass company, shape and pattern definitions, identification and color guides, a bibliography, and an index. Prices are found in the captions and in tables within the text. This book will be a joy for all whose passion is glass.
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