American Glass, 1760-1930: The Toledo Museum of Art, Volume 1

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Hudson Hills Press, 1994 - Glass manufacture - 879 pages
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The most comprehensive reference ever published. 2,000 illustrations. A must for collectors! 2 vols., slipcased.

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Enormous as this work is, these two volumes constitute only a partial inventory of one of the finest glass collections in the world, that of the Toledo Museum of Art. They do represent the first ... Read full review

Contents

Figured Flasks
9
Discussion
55
New Geneva Glass Works 17971830
61
EighteenthCentury Objects Cat Nos 19
67
Color Plates for Chapters 1 and 2
73
Discussion
89
Engraved and Blown
91
Catalogue
97
Blown Threemold Glass Cat Nos 226318
214
Jars and Vases Cat Nos 262264
227
Castor and Cologne Bottles Cat Nos 265280
234
Keattributions
237
Salts Cat Nos 299307
243
Color Plates for Chapter 4
249
Discussion
265
Early Pressed Glass 182730
273

Pungents and Cologne Bottles Cat Nos 2837
106
Figured Bottles Cat Nos 94105
131
Color Plates for Chapter 3
153
Discussion
161
Blown Threemold Glass about 181545
168
Blown Threemold Patterns Made of NonLead Bottle Glass
176
Freeblown Moldblown and Patternmolded Glass Cat Nos 152203
183
Cut and Engraved Glass Cat Nos 187203
197
Blown Threemold Glass Cat Nos 204318
205
Chapter 8
212
Commemorative and Novelty Wares 18751930
281
Early Pressed Glass 182730 Cat Nos 319337
289
Early Machinepressed Glass 182730 Cat Nos 338362
299
Jarvess Patent Method 182830 Cat Nos 350354
306
Lacy Pressed Glass 183060 Cat Nos 363475
313
Machinepressed Bases around 183045 Cat Nos 384438
322
Moldblown Base Cat No 439
346
Bench or Machinepressed Cup Plates with Cap Ring 183060 Cat Nos 456472
353
Color Plates for Chapter 7 761
466
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