China and glass in America, 1880-1980: from tabletop to TV tray
Dallas Museum of Art, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 496 pages
Accompanying an exhibit organized by the Dallas Museum of Art, this luxurious volume explores china and glasswares and how they mirror the profound cultural and economic shifts of 20th-century America. 250 illustrations, 200 in full color.
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