The Collector's Encyclopedia of Indiana Glass: A Glassware Pattern Identification Guide, Volume 1, Early Pressed Glass Era Patterns, (1898 - 1926) (Paperback)
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For over one hundred years the Indiana Glass Company manufactured a wide variety of commercial and consumer glassware from their factory in Dunkirk, Indiana. For many years, the contributions that this company made to the world of glass manufacturing have been overlooked and gone unnoticed. Finally, author and researcher Craig S. Schenning brings us an in-depth look at the many patterns that were created by this prolific glass company. This first volume, which is one of four, focuses on the many early pressed pattern glass products that Indiana Glass was making and marketing from 1898 to 1926. This volume contains all of Indiana's Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) as well as their goofus glass, oil lamps, kitchenware and children's items. A detailed history of the company's first thirty years is also included in this volume along with a great deal of general information about the glassmaking industry as a whole. While many of the most popular Indiana Glass patterns are presented in this volume, you'll also find many patterns that have not been included in any other resource until now. The author's work is highlighted with wonderfully detailed photographs and an astonishing array of early catalog pages from the Indiana Glass Company. "The Collector's Encyclopedia of Indiana Glass" gives you, the collector, a great resource for continuing your glass collecting journey. Volume 2 features all the glass that Indiana Glass made from 1927 to 1946. Volume 3 includes all the Indiana Glass products from 1947 to 1969 and Volume 4 includes the many patterns created by Indiana from 1970 to 2002 including Tiara glassware. You'll want to make sure you have all four volumes as you continue to discover the wonderful world of Indiana Glass.