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Collector"s encyclopedia of milk glass

identification & value guide

by Betty Newbound

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Published by Collector Books in Paducah, KY .
Written in English

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    • Subjects:
    • Milk glass -- Collectors and collecting -- United States -- Catalogs.,
    • Milk glass -- Prices.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMilk glass.
      StatementBetty & Bill Newbound.
      ContributionsNewbound, Bill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK5439.M54 N48 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination253 p. :
      Number of Pages253
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL843739M
      ISBN 100891456260
      LC Control Number95121648
      OCLC/WorldCa31906095

      This comprehensive, easy-to-use book is the first published to cover milk glass that was mass produced in the United States since Patterns and shapes made by Fenton, Westmoreland, L.E. Smith, and Kemple are all featured in full-color photographs as well as vintage company catalogs and advertisements. This beautiful presentation will be a. Get this from a library! Collector's encyclopedia of milk glass: identification & value guide. [Betty Newbound; Bill Newbound].

      Lot of 7 books on collecting decorative glass. You will receive the 7 books pictured. All books have varying degrees of wear to the covers, corners, edges, and spines. This is a heavy lot, weighing over 16 lbs. Previous Price$ This book, which identifies 1, glass toothpick holders, is designed for collectors. "The Milk Glass Book" by Frank Chiarenza and James Alexander Slater "Collector's Encyclopedia of Milk" by Betty Newbound "Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass" by Gene and Cathy Florence "Treasures of Very Rare Depression Glass: Identification and Value Guide" by Gene Florence "Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years" by Gene Florence.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(53). Age of the Piece. In general, older milk glass is more valuable than vintage pieces from the s. According to Collectors Weekly, some of the most valuable milk glass is from France and was made in the 19th an-made milk glass from the late s is also among the most : Kate Miller-Wilson.

Glass Encyclopaedia - Antique & Collectable Vintage Glass Guide. Welcome to our Glass Encyclopaedia, our very own identification guide to Antique & Vintage Collectable the years, as dealers in glassware, we have taken thousands of pictures of glass vases, bowls, paperweights, sculptures and other glassware.

American milk glass is a popular collector's item that primarily dates back to the turn of the 19th century up through the s. It is also called clambroth glass, resembling the color of the milky, translucent cooking liquid. This delicate, white glassware was used to make items such as bowls, mugs, candleholders, and more by Westmoreland, Fenton, Indiana, and other glassware companies.

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"Milk glass" today is considered neither white nor entirely opaque, as illustrated by more than photos in this book.

Drawn from the extensive collections of members of the National Milk Glass Collectors Society, most pieces pictured here have not appeared in any previous book/5(10).

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Smith, and Kemple are all featured in full-color photographs as well as vintage company catalogs and advertisements. This beautiful presentation will be a great addition to any glassware dealer's or. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Collector's encyclopedia of milk glass by Betty Newbound,Collector Books edition, in EnglishPages: The popularity of this glass piqued aroundaccording to The Collector's Encyclopedia of Milk Glass by Bill and Betty Newbound (now out of print but available through used booksellers), but there was a big milk glass revival in the s and '50s.

Those pieces are the examples most often found by collectors today. Betty and her husband Bill Newbound are the authors of the longstanding Collector's Encyclopedia of Milk Glass and several volumes on Blue Ridge Dinnerware.

Their latest title, The Best of Blue Ridge Dinnerware, features the "cream of the crop" of Blue Ridge items/5(17). Milk glass, also known as "opal glass," has been around since the 16th century, but the term "milk glass" was coined in the 20th century to describe the opaque plates, goblets, serving items, and decorative glassware objects that became popular in the late s.

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[Betty Newbound; Bill Newbound] -- This easy-to-use book is the first published to cover milk glass that was mass produced in the U.S. beginning in Specialty books like "The Milk Glass Book," "Collectors Encyclopedia of Milk" and "Yesterday's Milk Glass" are helpful in identifying milk glass hallmarks.

Glass collecting magazines such as American Pottery and Glass Reporter also provide useful information. Collectors Encyclopedia of Milk Glass Identification/Values by Betty Newbound, Bill Newbound Hardcover Book, pages See Other Available Editions Description This comprehensive, easy-to-use book is the first published to cover milk glass that was mass produced in the United States since Pages: Comments.

TallCakes, 8 years ago I think your jar looks like it could be a Ditherage & Co. Colonial pattern; miKKoChristmas11, 8 years ago Hi, beautiful item!

I think I see the same molded pattern and same painted design pattern on a 10" dresser bottle featured on p. 21 of Betty & Bill Newbound's A Collector's Encyclopedia of Milk Glass: Identification & Value Guide, Collector Books, Milk, Goat Milk, Buttermilk, Cream, Coconut Milk, or Any Other Animal or Plant Milk Collectors Encyclopedia Of Milk Glass Identification/Values Collectors Encyclopedia of Nippon Poreclain: Sixth Series, Identification & Values (Collector's Encyclopedia of Nippon Porcelain) Pocket Guide to.