L.G. Wright Glass by: The West Virginia Museum of American Glass, Ltd.
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If by chance you are a collector of LG Wright Glass, you'll not be able to set this book down. It details Mr. Wright's early employment with New Martinsville Glass as a salesman in the days of the Great Depression through the years that brought this company to the forefront of art glass.
Just who actually made LG Wright Glass is a question that puzzles the experts. There is no simple answer. Some of the documented suppliers include:Bailey, Morgantown, Fenton, Fostoria, Indiana Glass, Cambridge, Viking. Mosser, Paden City, ... and many others -- a real "who's who" of the elegant glass world.
Consequently it's not a wonder that the glass is often mistakenly identified as part of some other glass maker's product line.
Collectors and dealers alike will find this book one of their most useful titles.
--- John Kincaid, Collector Bookstore
Over 190 illustrations from L.G. Wright Glass Company catalogs display the vast array of glassware items sold by this New Martinsville, West Virginia, company from c. 1937 to 1999. Among the wares displayed are Early American Pattern Glass goblets, animal covered dishes, Opalescent, Carnival, Cased, Custard, Moon & Star, and Art glass, pressed patterns, and novelties. The captions for the catalog pages include original pattern names, line or piece numbers, and current market values.
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- Width: 8.5 inches
- Height: 11 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 2.88 pounds