Early American pressed glass. Enl. and rev. A classification of patterns collectible in sets together with individual pieces for table decorations by Ruth Webb Lee

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Other titlesPressed glass
Statementby Ruth Webb Lee
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Paginationxxiv, 683 p. incl. front., illus.
Number of Pages683
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Open LibraryOL14580207M

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Early American Pattern Glass (often abbreviated EAPG in collecting circles) was made using molds of one or more parts depending on the size of the piece being produced, and molten glass was pressed into the molds.

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