|Dictionary of Paperweight
by Andrew H. Dohan
Subtitled: Identification and Dating
This is a great guide to identification of paperweights by the maker's signature cane. There are closeup pictures of over 300 signature canes in the book. Because most antique paperweights were unsigned, the focus is on modern paperweights and paperweight makers.
You won't be disappointed. The book has many unexpected surprises. It includes sections on how paperweights and signature canes are made and hints about what to look for. A very complete 41 page bibliography of paperweight references and articles is included.
303 pages with many color photographs.
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