A popular theme of collecting is kitchen glass: bowls, reamers, measuring cups, shakers, and more. During the 1930s McKee Glass Company created some of today’s most interesting and sought-after designs. This new book offers historical insight into the McKee Glass Company and vivid photography to present its diverse, multi-colored products. Thousands of items are shown and identified, each with measurements and values given in the captions.
The book is organized by the company’s wide range of color and their variations, making it a useful tool for identification and evaluation, allowing readers to do both easily. In addition to the kitchen glass, two McKee dinnerware patterns are included. A bibliography and index complete this great reference book.