Depression Era Art Deco Glass
By Leslie Piña and Paula Ockner
From Anchor Hocking's Manhattan pattern to Carder and Teague designs for Steuben, all of the major American companies who made Art Deco glass during the Depression Era (including Cambridge, Consolidated, Duncan, Fostoria, Heisey, Libbey, Morgantown, Tiffin, and others) are presented in this book. With more than 350 color photos of both popular and rare examples, informative captions, plus patent drawings, company information, bibliography, and detailed index, this book will delight anyone interested in this highly collectible American glassware or in the Art Deco style.
- 160 pages; hardcover.
- Measures approx. 11.25 inches H. x 8.75 inches W.
- Published in 1999 by Schiffer Publishing Ltd.