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The Glass Candlestick Book, Vol. 3: Kanawha to Wright- Identification and Value Guide epub ebook

by Tom Felt,Elaine Stoer,Rich Stoer

The Glass Candlestick Book, Vol. 3: Kanawha to Wright- Identification and Value Guide epub ebook

Author: Tom Felt,Elaine Stoer,Rich Stoer
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Language: English
Publisher: Collector Books; 1st edition (July 15, 2004)
Pages: 400 pages
ISBN: 1574323881
ISBN13: 978-1574323887
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 286
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read Covering pieces made by 50 different American companies, alphabetically from Kanawah to Wright, this book features more than 900 glass candlesticks.

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Collectible - Very Good.

According to The Glass Candlestick Book, Vol 3: Kanawha to Wright- Identification Value Guide by Tom Felt, Rich & Elaine Stoer, IDed as Westmoreland Glass stick, produced from 1906 to about 1920. They give it WM-9 number in their system. Discover ideas about Westmoreland Glass. Items similar to Vintage Pressed Glass Candlestick - Crystal Clear Westmoreland Glass - - Antique Candle Holder c. 1910 EAPG - Historic Pattern Glass on Etsy. Westmoreland Glass Glass Candlesticks Pressed Glass Things To Think About Things To Sell Clear Glass Early American Zippers.

According to The Glass Candlestick Book, Vol. 3: Kanawha to Wright- Identification and Value Guide by Tom Felt and Rich & Elaine Stoer, it is IDed as Westmoreland Glass stick, produced from 1906 to about 1920. It is in crystal clear glass and is in MINT condition, having only some slight mold roughness as it was made.

Originally named the Kanawha Glass Specialty Company, this factory was founded by D. P. Merritt, who had been production head of the recently closed Dunbar Glass Corporation.

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Covering pieces made by 50 different American companies, alphabetically from Kanawah to Wright, this book features more than 900 glass candlesticks. More than 1,000 color photographs and catalog reprints from old trade journals and advertisements light up the book. Each chapter includes a history of the factory and information about production colors and trademarks used. Every candlestick is described with dimensions, production dates, known colors, information on reissues and reproductions, the current location of the mold, as well as current values. This volume will be of particular interest to collectors of McKee, Morgantown, New Martinsville, Paden City, Tiffin, Viking, Westmoreland and the U.S. Glass Company. A well-illustrated appendix on identifying crucifix candlesticks, a glossary, and an extensive bibliography round out the book. A unique feature is an illustrated index which includes thumbnail photographs of all of the candlesticks in Volume 3. 2005 values.
Reviews (7)
Kulabandis
I now have all three volumes of this great Candlestick ID Book. I have gotten rid of the 5 others I had, as it is all in these 3 volumes! Candlesticks are listed by company names, but in the back of each book is a pictorial index that is fast to look through. There is also a quite complete index by name of pattern and maker. I cannot praise the 3 Glass Candlestick Books by Tom Felt and the Stoers enough! If you are interested in American Glass and don't have these, you need them!

VAZGINO
I collect glass, eapg and depression ware. This is really a good book for identifying patterns. Every book by Tom Felt is always packed full of info. Recommended.

Dakora
Great reference book!

Authis
Very pleased.

Sirara
good book - I was able to ID some of what I needed.

Yllk
Thanks.

Ndlaitha
As described

I thought this book was great. It is an excellent resource guide if you are trying to identify candlesticks. It is very comprehensive: 1) provides a history of the manufacturing company, 2) explains the difference between candlesticks that could look identical but aren't, 3)provides a ballpark dollar value, 4) beautiful pictures, and 5) if they aren't 100 percent sure of the manufacturer, they aren't afraid to say so. In addition to all of that, it gives a "thumbnail" view in the back of all the candlesticks in the book so if you just time to quickly look for an identification, you aren't having to read a lot and flip a lot of pages. Great addition to my collection, and finishes the series. Excellent value for the price. Volumes 1 and 2 are also worth the money and time.

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