L e smith glass company

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l e smith glass company

L. E. Smith Encyclopedia of Glass Patterns & Products: Identification & Values by Tom Felt

This book presents a complete listing of pattern lines made by the L.E. Smith Glass Company from the 1920s to the present day. Following up on the authors previous volume, L.E. Smith Glass Company: The First One Hundred Years, this one encompasses over 100 patterns, the majority of which did not appear in the first book. Fully illustrated with hundreds of photographs, catalog pages, and advertisements featuring not only the well-known patterns like Moon and Star (with a special section illustrating the look-alike items made by the L. G. Wright Glass Company) and Mount Pleasant, but also showing for the first time dozens of patterns made in the last 40 years that are already becoming the collectibles of the future. Also included are Smiths Animates, punch bowls, holiday platters, canisters, apothecary jars, and kitchen ware. For the collector of Depression glass, mid-century glass, and contemporary production alike, this volume is an invaluable resource.
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Made of clear glass with intermittent Thistle and star designs on each pane of serving piece. This Pitcher is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The original Chrome Lid is in very good condition with no dents, scratches or damage. It slides open and shut freely. Be sure to search our other Kitchenware items available. We guarantee items to be as described.

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Smith Glass Company. Mount Pleasant, Pa. By: Sandra Spence. Pictured from right to left : Mr. Lewies Smith, Founder, Mr. Walter Wible son-in-law and unidentified friend. He owned a large farm extending from the borough line east for nearly a mile.

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