Oil Cruets From A to Z: Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass Book 6
|Publish date:||Jan 1, 1981|
|Number of pages:||102|
William Heacock was a young man who had a photographic memory and a love for glass. One day he discovered that he could actually make a living from those two attributes. His first love was toothpick holders and he desired to publish a definitive guide to American Pattern Glass and he chose to call that series “The Encyclopedia of Victorian Pattern Glass”. The Book 6 is all about Oil Cruets, which almost every household has it, but it alos a very collectibale item. Cruets could be a small glass bottle for holding a condiment, such as vinegar or oil or a small vessel for holy water or for water or wine used in the consecration of the Eucharist.