Steuben Glass – An American Tradition in Crystal, by Mary Jean Madigan, First Edition Quartro, 1982. Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York. 320 pages. Hardcover. ISBN 0-8109-1642-8
From the dust jacket: "In this lavishly illustrated book, Mary Jean Madigan traces the fascinating history and manufacture of Steuben Glass, concentration on the previously undocumented years since 1933... The book also provides a complete identification guide (fully illustrated with over 1,000 photographs and more than 1,100 line drawings) of all Steuben pieces made since 1933. Here are the issue dates and prices, the designers' names, and dimensions of all the pieces that Steuben's artisan and designers, engravers and glassmakers have created..."
This book is in very good condition with the book pages secure and the binding tight. The dust jacket is in very good condition with some shelf wear apparent on the surface and one small tear at the bottom of the spine. The book boards are in good condition with no blunting at the corners or spine but with some fading along the top and bottom of the boards.
The book weighs 5 pounds 10.4 ounces, measures 10 ½ by 12 inches and about 1 ½ inches thick.
A fabulous addition to any reference library!
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