Crackle Glass: Identification and Value Guide
by Stan Weitman, Arlene Weitman

Crackle Glass

Hardcover - 287 pages; Publisher: Collector Books (November 2004)
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This book updates the values and information of all the crackle glass pieces featured in both popular volumes of the Weitmans' Crackle Glass Identification Value Guides. Over 1,000 color photographs of vases, pitchers, decanters, jugs, lamps, perfume bottles, and more are featured. Sections on labels, catalogs, manufacturers, and the history of crackle glass are included, as well as a section on the detailed process of making crackle glass. Spanning the years 1870 through 1950, this book gives height, company, color, style, value, date, and type of handle for each piece shown. A new chapter on crackle glass made from the Gibson Glass Company of West Virginia with photos of its creations is a big highlight of the book, as well as a chapter emphasizing the different types of items that were made throughout the world. 2005 values.

Crackle Glass in Color: Depression to '70s
by Leslie A. Pina

Crackle Glass

Hardcover; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (July 2000)
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Crackle glass has become popular in the field of twentieth-century glass collecting. Taking its name from the crackle-like appearance of the glass, a finish caused by dipping the hot piece of hand-blown glass into cooling water, the majority of this highly collectible glass was made by West Virginian companies such as Blenko, Pilgrim, and Rainbow, and Depression Era companies Tiffin, Morgantown, and Duncan. This volume showcases more than 400 color photos of crackle glass along with company catalog pages, manufacturers' information, an essay on glass blowing, detailed captions, an up-to-date price guide, bibliography, and index. It is a must for students, collectors, and dealers of glasswares.

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