4 edition of Old glass paperweights of southern New Jersey found in the catalog.
Old glass paperweights of southern New Jersey
Clarence A. Newell
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80)
|Statement||by Clarence A. Newell.|
|LC Classifications||NK5440.P3 N484 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||87062586|
Paperweights of the World: With Price Guide Monika Flemming, Peter Pommerencke Hardcover Glass Paperweights in the Art Institute of Chicago Geraldine J. Casper Paperback / Published Special Order Old Glass Paperweights of Southern New Jersey: An American Folk Art Clarence A. Newell Paperback / Published Special Order Paperweights. A similar wig stand/mantel ornament is pictured in Newell's "Old Glass Paperweights of Southern New Jersery".Origin: Millville, NJ area, late 19th century. Condition: very good, a fleabite on the edge of the top printy, another about a third of the way down the crown, and another on the edge of the foot; a small moon on the perimeter of the weight.
The Encyclopedia of New Jersey. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, Macfarlane, John James. Manufacturing in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Commercial Museum, Rossi, John A. A Brief History of Glassmaking—and Its Impact on Southern New Jersey. Published by Precision Electronic Glass Incorporated, Scharfenberger. When I phoned the seventy-four-year-old artist at his studio in southern New Jersey, he told me that, under the effect of an eighteen-hundred-degree flame, hot glass is viscous, “like honey.” He had attended a vocational school and begun his career blowing bespoke glass equipment for chemists.
The New England Glass Company also made blown fruit weights, and a few New Jersey craftsmen are credited with making floral weights. Modern paperweights reflect the mastery of earlier techniques. Glass artists continue to search for new expression within this form [Megaplanet, ]. The book contains the history of Degenhart Crystal Art Glass with color illustrations of Degenhart Glass and Paperweights. Over colors are shown along with pictures of all the moulds. A price sheet of glass and the values are included. There are a few additions and changes from the first edition. The book has a soft cover and spiral bound.
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The pages are clean, crisp, unmarked and uncreased. We package all books in custom cardboard book boxes for shipment and ship daily with tracking numbers.; "This is the only book devoted to the subject of Southern New Jersey Glass Paperweights.
It presents these paperweights as a uniquely American folk art, previously ignored in the literature.5/5(1). flyleaf: “This book is the first concerning glass paperweights as folk art. In exploring a hitherto neglected dimension of folk art, the book focuses on paperweights made in southern New Jersey, an area rich in glass history and the single area which has produced the most and the finest of.
An antique merchant who deals in a unique range of vintage artifacts like early american glassware, books and many more. The website showcases a unique collection of antiquities along with information such as their historical backgrounds and price range. Clarence Newell "Old Glass Paperweights of Southern New Jersey" Subtitled "An American Folk Art".
This is the only book devoted to the subject of Southern New Jersey Glass Paperweights. It presents these paperweights as a uniquely American folk art, previously ignored in the literature.
If you are interested in American 20th century weights, you must also have Melvin’s American Glass Paperweights and Their Makers ( edition) and for Millville roses, Clarence Newell’s Old Glass Paperweights of Southern New Jersey.
Get this from a library. Old glass paperweights of southern New Jersey: an American folk art. [Clarence A Newell]. Allan's Paperweight Book List. Please e-mail inquires to me at [email protected] These books are for sale. If there is a range of prices, it is because I have more than.
Magic in the Glass, The Paperweight Artistry of Charles Kaziun, Jr. / Bernard A. Drabeck New Jersey, Southern Old Glass Paperweights of Southern New Jersey, An American Folk Ar t / Clarence A. Newel. In Scotland, the pioneering work of Paul Ysart from the s onward preceded a new generation of artists such as William Manson, Peter McDougall, Peter Holmes and John Deacons.
A further impetus to reviving interest in paperweights was the publication of Evangiline Bergstrom's book, Old Glass Paperweights, the first of a new genre. Comment: This is a page hardback book with dust jacket titled OLD GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS: Their Art, Construction, and Distinguishing Features by Evangeline H.
Bergstrom. With 20 full color plates and 88 halftone plates. Published by Crown Publishers in - second printing. Dust jacket shows wear with soiling/small tears top and bottom edge and along spine - previous owners name on front 4/5(1). All About Paperweights, Selman, Lawrence H.
Santa Cruz, Calif.: Paperweight Press, American Glass Paperweights, Smith, Francis ton, MA: The Antique Press, (This is the first modern era book on paperweights published in the U.S., one year before Evangeline Bergstrom’s landmark publication Old Glass Paperweights).
A good source of the South Jersey folk art information is OLD GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS OF SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY by Clarence Newell. This book is available for $20 plus $ postage. Email [email protected] to purchase the book. More recently, a new type of South Jersey paperweight has become popular, made by Paul Stankard (Mantua, NJ).
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Let’s get started. The Complete Guide to Perthshire Paperweights: The Final Years NEW BOOK. $ Shipping: + $ Shipping. The Complete Guide to Perthshire Paperweights NEW BOOK. $ OLD GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS OF SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY: AN AMERICAN Seller Rating: % positive. Millville is a city in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the city's populationreflecting an increase of 1, (+%) from counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by (+%) from counted in the Census.
Millville, Bridgeton and Vineland are the three principal New Jersey cities of the County: Cumberland. Welcome to Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques. I've been involved in the trade for over 40 years and collecting for 50 specializing in Early American Blown Glass, American pottery & Folk Art along with many other 18th and 19th century mostly American pieces of all categories.
The umbrella shaped weights were originally modeled to resemble the wild tiger lily of Southern New Jersey. You can read about umbrella weights from Millville in the book Old Glass Paperweights of Southern New Jersey: An American Folk Art by Clarence A.
Newell. It is not possible to identify the exact maker, but John Ruhlander, Emil Stanger. Mahoney & McClanahan Complete Guide to Perthshire Paperweights Most complete Perthshire book Newell, Clarence A. Old Glass Paperweights of Southern New Jersey Covers roses and other crimp weights and some frit Pepper, Adeline The Glass Gaffers.
The Glass Gallery, L. Selman showcases a wide range of the finest antique art glass paperweights from a myriad of talented artists. Fine Glass Paperweights S.
Michigan Ave., Suite #, Chicago, IL. Dec 3, - Explore lelaungaro's board "Old Glass Paperweights", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Glass paperweights, Glass and Paper weights pins.The Czecho-Scottish weights, if I may be permitted so to call them, were little known in the United States until shortly before the appearance of my book, Old Glass Paperweights.
Examples of two of them will be found, however, on page 32 of that volume. The first cut shows an overlay with a butterfly surrounded by circular rows of set-ups.Required Cookies & Technologies. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions.