1st.Glass Recommended Glass Books  1st.Glass Recommended Antique and Vaseline Glass Refernce Books


THESE ARE BOOKS ON GLASS THAT I USE AND CAN PERSONALLY RECOMMEND

This is a list of the glass books I own and use for the identification, dating and attribution of glass.
I have included a short but detailed review of each book so as to help you choose the right one for you.


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Miller's Buyer's Guide: Glass Book Cover
 Miller's Buyer's Guide:  Glass
This guide covers everything from bottles to decanters and drinking glasses to scent bottles. Paperweights, pictures and lighting are also featured. It covers virtually everything ever made in glass from 17th century antique drinking glasses to 20th century designers and factories. 320 Pages and photos of over 2000 Glass Items! Values are given for all the items shown in this glass book.


ISBN: 1840003618
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Miller's Collecting Glass: The Facts At Your Fingertips Book Cover
 Miller's Collecting Glass:  The Facts At Your Fingertips
This glass book concentrates mainly on glass for the table and examines the key collecting areas from the 16th to the 20th century. Antique glass items are divided by type of object and then geographically. It has over 400 photos of glass with tips on what to look for, how to assess condition and value and how to spot fakes. Manufacturers and techniques are also examined. Fact boxes present tips and information on what to look for and values are given for all items shown. An excellent glass reference to use to identify and date glass.

ISBN: 1840001917
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Miller's Pocket Fact File: Glass Fact File A-Z Book Cover
 Miller's Pocket Fact File:  Glass Fact File A-Z
This pocket sized guide has almost 6,000 entries, identifying more than 2,000 glassworks and 1,000 glass designers plus explanations of specialist terms and techniques. Glass producers around the world , from Europe and the USA to India, Japan and Australia have been included and the fields of bottle collecting, studio glass, flamework and paperweights are covered as well as more traditional areas of glass collecting. Where applicable, glass marks and labels are included to help identification. This glass book also contains an overview of glass-making centres which puts pieces in their context. An invaluable glass reference book for any serious collector.

ISBN: 1840004290
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Miller's Antiques Checklist: Glass Book Cover
 Miller's Antiques Checklist:  Glass
This pocket sized book, by using a unique question-and-answer approach, offers a fast and accurate way to recognize, identify and date antique glass. It analyses typical items that collectors can find in shops and auctions. It gives guidelines to values and contains a wealth of background information, including an extensive glossary. This glass book is a thorough introductory course for the beginner and also a refresher for those with some collecting experience of antique glass.


ISBN: 1840002824
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Miller's Art Glass: How to Compare and Value Book Cover
 Miller's Art Glass: How to Compare and Value
This art glass book is unique with its compare-and-contrast format in which apparently similar pieces of art glass are analyzed side-by-side to determine why one is more valuable than the other - or why one is a treasure and the other, not quite. Full colour photographs of art glass pieces from each of the more than 50 featured glassmakers appear on facing pages surrounded by call-outs highlighting each piece's "value features" - those key design and condition factors that account for the item's relative market value. On each spread, introductory text provides invaluable information on the glass studio and its wares, bulleted points summarize the main features of the art glass pieces being compared and "Key Facts" sidebars provide additional information on the studio's history, key artists, special techniques and maker's marks. It includes a survey of American and European Art Glass and sections on understanding the art glass market. Recommended for the Art Glass collector or dealer.

ISBN: 1840005424
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Miller's Guide: Popular Glass of the 19th and 20th Centuries Book Cover
 Miller's Guide:  Popular Glass of the 19th and 20th Centuries
This practical guide is aimed primarily at the budding glass collector and features a vast array of decorative and functional glassware. The glass is organized by type such as plates and serving dishes, celery vases, pitchers and decanters, carnival glass, slag glass, opalescent glass, lighting, figures and busts, animals, swans, commemorative and souvenir ware, tumblers and goblets, ornate bowls and baskets and novelties. Items are put into their historical context and information is provided about manufacturing techniques and designers. "Fact Files" highlight the key information for collectors - topics covered include identification, how to spot copies, displaying items, and how to pick out the best pressed glass items. Values are given for all the items shown in this glass book.

ISBN: 1840001887
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Miller's Guide: Glass of the '20s & '30s Book Cover
 Miller's Guide:  Glass of the '20s & '30s
Glass can be decorated in a myriad of ways by colouring, etching, cutting and gilding, which makes it ideal for creative, innovative design. During the 1920s and 1930s, a great variety of designs were produced by world-famous makers such as Lalique, Daum, and Steuben, which in turn inspired a range of other, more affordable, imaginative glassware. The host of other glass-makers featured include, Bagley, Davidson, Jobling, Kosta, Lobmeyr, Loetz, Monart, Orrefors, Schneider, Walsh, Webb and Whitefriars. In this glass book wares are arranged by type such as cut glass, pate-de-verre, and enamelled glass. Each section includes an explanation of materials and techniques, information on manufacturers and styles, and a range of photographs of items. Throughout the book, fact files highlight the main characteristics of wares of the period and feature tips on identification and collecting. Values are given for all items shown.

ISBN: 1840000708
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Miller's Guide: Glass of the '50s & '60s Book Cover
 Miller's Guide:  Glass of the '50s & '60s
The wide range of techniques, shapes and textures in the glassware of the '50s and '60s is exceptional and provides tremendous opportunities for collectors of every taste. It is an ideal area for the new collector as pieces are still readily available and affordable. This guide covers all the major manufacturing centres - Finland, Sweden, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Britain and the USA. The host of glass-makers and designers featured include, Geoffrey Baxter, Blenko, Boda, Caithness, Dartington, Daum, Finlandia, Flygfors, Holmegaard, Kosta, Leerdam, Lindstrand, Lutken, Mdina, Monart, Nazeing, Orrefors, Powell, Royal Brierley, Spry, Steuben, Stevens & Williams, Stuart & Sons, Webb, Frank Thrower, Vasart, Venini, Wedgwood, Whitefriars and Ysart. "Fact Files" highlight the key information for collectors and values are given for all items shown.

ISBN: 1840005386
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Miller's Guide: Glass Paperwights Book Cover
 Miller's Guide:  Paperweights of the 19th & 20th Centuries
The diversity and beauty of glass paperweights and the fact that they are small, often affordable items offers great scope for the collector. This book gives a comprehensive introduction to the subject with over 150 color photos of collectable pieces. Their development is traced from their origin in Venice in the mid 1800's to the present day with chapters on famous makers such as Murano, Baccarat, St Louis, Clichy, Ysart, Vasart, Strathearn, Caithness, Whitefriars and Selkirk. Antique and Modern American makers are detailed as well as contemporary studios such as William Manson and John Deacons. Drawings of maker's canes aid attribution and tips are given on how to value and choose the best examples. It also includes a price guide. A excellent book for gaining the know-how to become a confident collector.

ISBN: 184000309X
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Costume Jewellery
 Miller's Guide:  Costume Jewellery
The use of cut glass to simulate gemstones in jewellery increased from the middle of the 19th Century with the growth of factory production. This meant that fashionable jewellery was no longer reserved for only the nobility and royalty, but became a required accessory that women of all social backgrounds could afford and enjoy. This book takes a look at the leading styles of costume jewellery from the late 19th to the 20th century. Periods covered are Victorian, Art Nouveau, Edwardian, Art Deco and up to the 1980's with photos of over 125 pieces of jewellery from makers such as Cardin, Carnegie, Chanel, Eisenberg, Trifari and Reja. It also has tips on how to build a collection plus a price guide.

ISBN: 1840003731
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Miller's Guide: Perfume Bottles Book Cover
 Miller's Guide:  Perfume Bottles
This work on perfume bottles is aimed at the budding collector. Covering both non-commercial bottles, into which perfume was decanted, and commercial perfume bottles, sold complete with perfume, This glass book explores the variety of designs available. It includes silver-topped Victorian examples, Art Deco and Art Nouveau Designs, Lalique glass, Bacarrat glass, Webb glass, designs by such names as Givenchy, Guerlain, Hartnell, Salvador Dali, Dior, Chanel, Nina Ricci and Avon, men's aftershave bottles and the avant-garde creations of Jean-Paul Gaultier. Drawings of maker's marks aid identification and tips are given on how to value perfume bottles and how to spot fakes. It also includes a price guide.

ISBN: 1840000694
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Antique Glass Book Cover
 Antique Glass
This antique glass book has been written by John Sandon, the well known antiques expert from the UK 'Antiques Roadshow'. It tells the story of glass, from it's discovery in ancient Egypt right through to the fascinating world of the 20th century and post-war design. The text is concise, very informative and above all readable. Over 240 carefully chosen photographs, of which the majority are in colour, show more than 500 beautiful glass items, from fine old Venetian and Art Nouveau masterpieces to quite ordinary decanters and Victorian moulded bottles. Alongside costly rarities, one of the strengths of this book is the inclusion of inexpensive novelty glass that anyone can find easily and cheaply. This book is aimed at the beginner on a modest budget as well as at established glass collectors. I consider this to be an excellent book.

ISBN: 1851492860
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British Glass 1800-1914 Book Cover
 British Glass:  1800-1914
Written by a leading expert on Victorian antique glass, This glass book provides the standard work on the Golden Age of British glassmaking. Contemporary archive material facilitates the dating of pieces and valuable pointers are offered for the identification of fakes, forgeries and reproductions. A detailed section describes a host of techniques with the help of original patent specifications and drawings. The 17 chapters are entitled 1)-Glasshouses, 2)-Regency Cut Glass, 3)-The Dudley Glass Industry, 4)-The Bohemian Connection, 5)-The Richardson Dynasty, 6)-The Glass Excise, 7)-International Exhibitions 8)-The Fine Art Of Copper Wheel Engraving, 9)-Acid Etching, 10)-Cameo Glass 11)-Rock Crystal Glass, 12)-Patents And Techniques 13)-Pressed Glass, 14)-Cut Glass After 1851 And The Rise Of The Brilliant Cut Style, 15)-The HIstory Of Sand-Blasting, 16)-Friggers And Novelties 17)-Fakes, Forgeries And Reproductions. At 466 pages, this is a comprehensive and practical book by an expert well versed in answering collectors' questions. An essential English glass book for the period and antique glass collector.

ISBN: 1851491414
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Victorian Decorative Glass - British Designs 1850-1914 Book Cover
 Victorian Decorative Glass:  British Designs 1850-1914
This glass book presents thousands of beautiful hand-formed decorative glassware designs from British manufacturers between 1850 to 1914. It has detailed analysis and more than 850 color photographs and hundreds of carefully hand-drawn illustrations. Special sections present the range of profiles and patterns for rims, bodies, applied motifs and feet of antique glass items for aid in the dating and attribution of glass designs. Decorative techniques are described and illustrated. Every type of flower holder from rose bowls to bud vases to bride's baskets is shown plus glass for the table, jugs etc. Wherever possible, designs are attributed to specific manufacturers. Illustrations show the Registered Designs for glassware recorded between 1850 and 1914 by seven major British decorative glass manufacturers: Richardsons, Stevens & Williams, Stuart & Sons, Thomas Webb & Sons, Boulton & Mills, Burtles-Tate, and John Walsh-Walsh. In my opinion this is a superb antique glass book to own.

ISBN: 0764315978
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The Identification of English Pressed Glass 1842-1908 Book Cover
 The Identification of English Pressed Glass:  1842-1908
This glass book provides a clear and comprehensive guide to the identification of pressed glass objects, with an analysis of the characteristic designs of the individual firms as well as details of their actual design registrations. The book now includes the 32 page supplement which used to be sold separately. Glass makers covered include: Burtles & Tate, Boulton & Mills, George Davidson, J.J.& T. Derbyshire, John Derbyshire, Angus & Greener, Henry Greener, William Heppell, Edward Moore, Philip Pargeter, Richardson, Hodgetts Richardson & Pargeter, Sowerby, Stuart & Mills, Stuart & Sons, Matthew Turnbull, Percival Yates & Vickers, Moulineux Webb, Joseph Webb, Thomas Webb & Sons and John Walsh Walsh. Profusely illustrated, This pressed glass book is an invaluable tool for the keen collector of antique pressed glass.

ISBN: 095154912X
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 Pressed Flint Glass
This small glass book from the 'Shire Album' series surveys the development of the processes which transformed glassmaking from a craft into an industry. Examples from the great variety of designs of antique pressed glass are described, illustrated and set in their context. The effects of persistent competition for the British market, particularly from the USA are also examined. Only 32 pages but a must for any antique pressed glass collector.

ISBN: 0852637829
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 A Century of Carnival Glass
Featuring over 400 superb colour photos and 130 black and white illustrations, this thoroughly researched and visually exciting book covers more than 100 years in the history of carnival glass. From classic American carnival to glass from South America, Europe, India and other countries, this book covers more than 500 carnival glass patterns from glassmakers such as: Boyd, Brockwitz, Eda, Fenton, Imperial, Jain, Northwood, Rindskopf, Sowerby, St.Clair, Summit, Westmoreland and many more. Not only a really excellent refernce work but also a thoroughly good read for both collectors and dealers alike.  Highly recommended !

ISBN: 076431209X
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 The Glass of John Walsh Walsh
No less important in the late 19th and early 20th centuries than the Stourbridge glassmakers were the Birmingham manufacturers of whom John Walsh Walsh was one of the most significant. This glass book details the story of the company from 1850 until it's closure in 1951. The two surviving Walsh factory pattern books are reproduced in the book and the sought after designs of Clyne Farquharson are also illustrated. A must for the Walsh collector.

ISBN: 0903685744
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 20th Century Factory Glass
This glass reference book is a survey of factory-produced glass through the 20th century - from the organic shapes and iridescent colours of the Art Nouveau period to the simple clean lines of contemporary design. The book looks at over 100 glass factories in detail and in alphabetical order for ease of reference. For each factory there is a brief history and an outline of its work during the century. The styles and techniques for which each factory is best known are summarized and key designers are profiled, including some of the great names of 20th-century design, such as Louis Comfort Tiffany and Paolo Venini. At the end of the book are individual bibliographies and listings of which museums hold collections of the glass -which ranges from the extremely valuable to items found in homes world-wide. There are also examples of each factory's marks so that collectors can identify and date items.

ISBN: 0847822532
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 Whitefriars Glass:  The Art of James Powell & Sons
This glass book is one of only two definitive works on Whitefriars Glass. It is essential for any collector (or glass dealer). Concisely written with many photographs and illustrations. It is not a complete catalogue of Whitefriars but does contain details of many of the more popular designs especially those of Geoffrey Baxter along with much information about the manufacturing processes.


ISBN: 090368540X
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 Orrefors Glass
In 1914-15 the first art glass creations, heavily inspired by Art Nouveau glassware from France and Belgium, were produced at the Orrefors factory in Sweden. Realisng the need for an identity the company experimented with techniques and forms of decoration and by the 1920's Orrefors was producing individual pieces of the highest quality. New techniques were developed at Orrefors such as Graal, Ariel, Kraka, Ravenna and Fuga while engraving, etching and hand-painting on glass continued to reach new heights of perfection. In 231 pages containing over 300 black and white and colour photographs this book traces the history of Orrefors from its beginnings to the present day . A separate section on the most prominent designers features examples of their work and a useful list of the marks to be found on the glass assists with dating and with the identification of both engravers and designers. A beautiful book for both the keen glass collector and glass dealer.

ISBN: 1851492240
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 The Milk Glass Book
'Milk Glass' today is considered neither white nor entirely opaque, as illustrated by more than 450 photos in this glass book. Drawn from the extensive collections of members of the US National Milk Glass Collectors Society, most pieces pictured here have not appeared in any previous milk glass book. American, English, French and other countries' manufacturers are represented. Some pieces are shown here in extremely rare colors. Twenty-four pages from early catalogs of the French glasshouses Vallerysthal and Portieux are reprinted in color illustrating exquisite pieces. A checklist of major manufacturers and value guide are also provided. A must for collectors of milk glass.

ISBN: 0764306618
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 The Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass
Opalescent glass is still described by some in the UK as 'vaseline glass' whereas the term 'vaseline' is now more universally applied to uranium glass. This opalescent glass book has many beautiful photographs of opalescent glass patterns by a variety of manufacturers, and lists current values. An excellent reference guide for collectors of opalescent glass.


ISBN: 1574322842
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 Flower Frogs For Collectors
This is the first comprehensive guide to flower frogs, the decorative devices that hold flowers upright in an arrangement. 900 flower frogs are described and shown in over 600 color photographs. This flower frog book is divided into three sections: pottery, glass, and metal. Of the 190 pages, 30 are devoted to glass flower frogs with over a 100 flower frogs shown in 90 photographs. Histories of the manufacturers featured are followed by their wares. Primarily featuring glass flower frogs from the USA, a variety from Germany, England and Czechoslovakia are also shown. Although not solely dedicated to glass flower frogs This glass book is a useful reference for the collector of glass flower frogs.

ISBN: 0764313258
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 Collectible Glass Rose Bowls
This book provides a history and identification guide for glass rose bowls. Over 450 beautiful photographs show rose bowls from the Victorian era through to the early 20th Century. Rose bowls ilustrated include Depression Glass, European Art Glass and later items from Fenton and L.G.Wright. Collectable Glass Rose Bowls is an excellent tutorial on the hobby of glass collecting and glass collectors would enjoy this book even if they don't collect rose bowls.

ISBN: 1582210098
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 The Big Book of Vaseline Glass
A physical chemist by training and nuclear information officer by profession, Barrie W. Skelcher's career with atomic energy has given him an excellent background for the study of uranium glass. He has collected over 800 pieces of uranium glass and the study of these forms the basis of this book published in 2002. He explains the nature of radioactivity in vaseline glass and other uranium colored glass and how it can be measured. There are over 400 items shown in color photos from British, American and European glasshouses of the 19th & 20th centuries. Manufacturers are identified and a price guide is given. I highly recommend this excellent book to anyone with an interest in Uranium Glass or Vaseline Glass.

ISBN: 0764314742
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 Yellow-Green Vaseline:  A Guide To The Magic Glass
The kaleidoscope of myths surrounding vaseline glass / uranium glass are vast. This vaseline glass book attempts to brings to light some of the facts and fictions of this unusual glass. It explains how to distinguish the glow caused by uranium from the glow caused by manganese and has many beautiful blacklight (Ultra Violet) lit photographs of vaseline glass in numerous shapes and patterns. Complete with a vaseline glass price guide.

ISBN: 0915410761
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 The Picture Book of Vaseline Glass
A useful reference guide for collectors and devotees of vaseline glass. This book has colour photos of over 690 different pieces of vaseline glass from the USA, England and Europe, It shows over 60 patterns and discusses the history of this unique glass and how to know it from look-alike pretenders. The information is concise, informative, and clear. The vaseline glass photographs are beautiful.

ISBN: 076431257X
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 Pictorial Guide to Vaseline Glass
Another useful reference guide for collectors of vaseline glass. This glass book has colour photos of over 600 different pieces of vaseline and uranium glass from the USA and Europe, It includes eye-catching photos of glass baskets, bowls, epergnes, goblets, lamps, pitchers, open salts and vases. Although some of the European attributions are incorrect the information is generally concise and clear. A price guide is included.

ISBN: 0764316443
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