Yellow Green Vaseline A Guide to The Magic Glass by Jay L Glickman & Terry Fedosky
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The Victorians called this color "Canary," but most collectors today use the term "Vaseline." This unique glass is yellow-green in natural light, but uranium oxide in the batch makes it fluoresce under ultra-violet light.
Jay Glickman spent countless hours studying the history and physical-chemical properties of his favorite glass. Since his book appeared in 1991, it has consistently been among our best sellers. Now Yellow-Green Vaseline! A Guide to the Magic Glass has been made even better!
Terry Fedosky, an avid Vaseline glass collector, has prepared this en- larged, updated edition. The chapters and photo captions have been sig- nificantly revised to include new information.
All the tableware, lamps, novelties, opalescent glass, and cut glass from the original book are shown in the new edition - plus an additional 150 items from Ms. Fedosky's personal collection. In all, about 600 pieces of Vaseline glass appear in stunning color!
In many cases, manufacturers are identified and production dates given. Values are suggested for every piece shown in color.
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- Width: 8.5 inches
- Height: 11 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 1.44 pounds
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