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Bagley Glass 3rd Revised Edition

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The expanded 3rd edition of the book Bagley Glass. Between 1912 and 1975 Bagley produced a vast amount of collectable and art deco designs in pressed glass, and exported them all around the world. There can hardly be a glass collector anywhere in the world who does not recognise at least one Bagley pattern as something they have seen before! This book includes original catalog pictures and hundreds of photographs, many seen here for the first time. It is a truly comprehensive guide to help you identify Bagley Glass. Glass Collecting is a great hobby. It can also be an investment if you really know what you are buying. Invest in this book and improve your knowledge of Bagley glass. Bagley's Crystal Glass Company was one of the most prolific English makers of art deco pressed glass but until now it was hard to identify. This has kept the prices down, so if you know what you are buying, buy it now! Hundreds of pictures to help you identify Bagley glass! Knowing what to look for, spotting a bargain that others have missed, building up a complete collection. These are some of the joys of collecting. And if you are a collector of pressed glass or a Bagley Glass collector, you need the information offered here. Treat yourself to this book of great pictures and information today! You deserve it.

196 pages, Paperback

First published January 1, 2010

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September 17, 2016
I found this book incredibly useful in learning about the history of glassmaking at this Yorkshire glassworks. As I have a passion for glass, especially pressed glass, it was great to see all the designs and patterns that were made and find out when they date from. Some pieces took me back to my childhood when my grannie had some of the items shown, other items I still have and use in my house!

My particular passion is glass trinket sets (that sit on a lady's dressing table) so I was thrilled to find that Bagley produced a large range of these and the book shows them all, so I was able to identify those I have which are Bagley. All in all, this is a super book for anyone who enjoys and collects English pressed glass.
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