The Collector's Guide To Carnival Glass by M. Klamkin
Lavishly illustrated in color and black-and-white, this early authoritative book covers the history, makers, and types of vintage carnival glass. THE COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO CARNIVAL GLASS by Marian Klamkin, Hawthorne Books, NY, 1976. Covered by chapter are: The Glass We Call "Carnival"; Iridescence in Glass; How Carnival Glass Was Made; The Four Major Producers of Carnival Glass; Colors in Carnival Glass; Pattern Types in Carnival Glass; The Many Grape Patterns in Carnival; Shape Varieties in Carnival Glass; Carnival Glass Bowls; Multipiece Sets in Carnival; Carnival Glass Plates; Baskets, Hats, Small Stemmed Pieces; and Bonbon Dishes; Vases, Epergnes, and Other Flower Containers; Advertising Pieces in Carnival Glass; Souvenirs and Commemoratives; Lamps, Lampshades, and Candlesticks; Iridescent Glass in Ladies' Fashions; Some Carnival Glass rarities; Late Carnival Glass; Carnival Glass Organizations; Reproductions, Reissues, and fakes; Care and repair of Old Carnival Glass; Investing in Carnival Glass; Bibliography and Index. If you are a collector or dealer of carnival glass, you will enjoy adding this early text to your permanent reference library. 8.7" X 11.2" hardback with dust cover in very good+ condition (204 pages).
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