Mid-century modern glass in America / Dean Six, with Paul Eastwood.

Mid-century modern glass in America / Dean Six, with Paul Eastwood.

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Six, Dean, author.
272 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
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Eastwood, Paul.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Includes some Canadian companies. Trade catalog pages of various companies throughout.
Companies covered include Anchor Hocking, Altaglass, Bischoff, Blenko, Brockway Glass, Bryce Brothers Company, Cambridge Glass Company, Canton Glass Company, Chalet Artistic Glass, Dunbar Glass Corporation, Duncan & Miller Glass Company, Erickson Glass Works, Fenton Art Glass Company, Fostoria Glass Company, Greenwich Flint Glass, Gunderson Glass Works, A.H. Heisey & Company, J.H. Houze Glass Company, Imperial Glass Corporation, Indiana Glass Company, Kanawha Glass Corporation, Libbey Glass Company, Morgantown Glass Works, Paden City Glass, Pilgrim Glass Corporation, Rainbow Art Glass Company, Seneca Glass Company, Silverbrook Art Glass Works, L.E. Smith Glass Company, Steuben, Teays Valley Glass Companies (King Glass, Emch Glass), Tex Glass, Inc., Tiffin Glass/U.S. Glass, Viking Glass Company, and West Virginia Glass Specialty Company.
Designers: Winslow Anderson, Jascha Brojdo/Georges Briard, Stan Fistick, Gay Fad (Fran Taylor), Higgins Glass Studio, Michael Lax, Peter Max, Fred Press, James Rosati, Rubel & Co., Raymor, Dick Schnake, Ben Seibel, Dorothy Thorpe, Russel Wright, and Eva Zeisel.
About this book's organization, and a word about price guidelines --
An introduction to American mid-century modern glass --
Brief histories of AMCM (American mid-century modern glass) hot glass manufacturers --
Designers of American mid-century modern glass.