This comprehensive, easy-to-use book is the first published to cover milk glass that was mass produced in the United States since 1930. Patterns and shapes made by Fenton, Westmoreland, L.E. Smith, and Kemple are all featured in full-color photographs as well as vintage company catalogs and advertisements. This beautiful presentation will be a great addition to any glassware dealer's or collector's library. 2000 values. AUTHORBIO: Betty and her husband Bill Newbound are the authors of the longstanding Collector's Encyclopedia of Milk Glass and several volumes on Blue Ridge Dinnerware. Their latest title, The Best of Blue Ridge Dinnerware, features the "cream of the crop" of Blue Ridge items. REVIEW: This book is a must for milk glass lovers, organized alphabetically by item. Categories include bottles & jars, bowls, candlesticks, kitchenware, lamps, plates, shakers, toothpick holders, trays, vases, and more.