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by William Heacock


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Discusses the history and companies that first produced the opaque, pale yellow or cream glass known as "custard" in the late 19th . Provides a listing of US companies that produced it along with a discussion of Northwood wares.

Discusses the history and companies that first produced the opaque, pale yellow or cream glass known as "custard" in the late 19th century. A higher uranium salt content results in a more luminous yellow - since the glass formulas varied among factories the term "custard" covers a range of hues. 498 items including pitchers, cruets, bowls, compotes, shakers, etc are depicted in full color photos (including a few blue examples).

Pattern Glass: Book IV : Custard Glass from A to Z.

Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass: Book IV. William Heacock. Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass: Book IV. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass: Book IV : Custard Glass from A to Z. June 1976, Antique Publishers.

This softcover/paperback book is more of a catalog for identifying what is known in this volume as Custard Glass. Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Glass Bk. 4 : Custard Glass from A to Z. by William Heacock.

Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Glass Bk.

Wonderful book on Early American Pattern Glass. Willim Heacock was the expert during the 20th century on the PATTERNS in Early American Pattern Glass. Both sellers and collectors rely on the books written by William Heacock to identify Early American Pattern Glass (Pressed Glass) PATTERNS manufactured in the late 1800's and the early 1900's in the U. S. A. I bought this book because I need to identify patterns in my own Early American Pattern Glass from the late 1800's.

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Glass from A to Z. Published by Richardson Printing, 1978, 2009.

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Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Book I: Toothpick Holders from A to Z. ISBN 13: 9780915410026.

This softcover/paperback book is more of a catalog for identifying what is known in this volume as Custard Glass. Harry Northwood was the primary producer of custard glass in America. Northwood appears to have introduced the creamy opaque glass around 1896, and continued to produce it as late as 1920.

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Gogul
As expected
Antuiserum
Good book for custard glass collectors.
Moonworm
Just what I was looking for.
Anardred
I felt lucky to find this older book.
great ant
Nicely illustrated and well written reference book for the serious collector. A good addition to my library for early glass.
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Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass: Book IV : Custard Glass from A to Z download epub
Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Author: William Heacock
ISBN: 0915410087
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Antique Pubns; 2nd Edition edition (June 1, 1976)
Pages: 68 pages