A Collector's Guide
Novelty Constantly was an overworked phrase in 19th century advertising, to suggest designers of all kinds, and technicians working overtime to supply factories with new ideas. Once pressed glass ceased to be a novelty in its own right so does other objects. the situation was a necessity and having created a consumer markets for objects. making purely practical items and objects. hats, paperweights, hands, shoes, slippers and boots, as well as revamped small nick knack shapes in short runs. unusual colors, and fancy effects. Late Victorian world, to delight the collector and puzzle the historian.