There is no other single reference book in print that offers the vast scope of patterns identified, discussed, pictured, and priced as this one, now in it' 5th edition. It is the best identification and price guide for American and Canadian Depression glass, Fire-King, and fifties glassware. The 5th edition offers more measurements, more reproduction information, more pieces and patterns identified for the first time, and more current and accurate values. Hundreds of new, professional photographs are presented with captions to assist you in identifying thousands of pieces of glass in over 160 patterns. Barbara and Jim Mauzy are known for their accurate, user-friendly books and this volume confirms their ability to deliver what dealers and collectors want and need when they are buying and selling glassware. Reproductions are clearly marked, accurately described, and often photographed. Measurements are provided in inches rather than ounces, and often heights as well as diameters are provided. An extensive index of names and nicknames is included. Dozens of dealers and collectors have collaborated with the Mauzys, offering insight and guaranteeing accuracy. If you buy, sell, or admire American and Canadian glassware from the late 1920s-1950s, this is a book you must own.
Barbara and Jim Mauzy (pronounced Moe-ZEE) are dealers, collectors, and enthusiasts in Depression Glass, Fire-King, Bakelite, and kitchen collectibles from the 1920s-1950s. They have written several books for Schiffer Publishing.