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Depression glass is clear or colored translucent glassware. It was distributed in Canada and United States during the time of great depression. More than 100 patterns were made by about 20 manufacturers. Some of the patterns consist of entire dinner sets. Depression glass was manufactured in various colors. Some are crystal clear colored glass like pink, pale blue, green and amber. Colors...
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NDGA National Depression Glass Association preserving american glass history. These were made out of the beautiful Ruby Glass by the Crystal Memories Company out of Tiffin, OH and the Mosser Glass Company in Cambridge, OH respectfully. Although we have sold many of these items, we still have a number that we are storing. Since we need the space the Museum Board of Trustee and the NDGA Board of...
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What is Depression Glass? "Depression glass" is a collector's term used for inexpensive tableware items made from machine-pressed glass during the 1920's and 1940's. Depression glass was produced in a variety of colors, shapes and more... . Top view of a Royal Lace nut bowl, the rarest piece of...
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A depression glass club that hosts an annual Depression Glass Show every April. The website has a chat forum, help with pattern identification, and collecting information. The Great Lakes Depression Glass Club has been the host of one of the largest Depression Glass Shows in the Midwest since...
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Antique Depression Glass. We have found thousands of deals on depression era glass at great prices. Depression era glass is a highly collectible antique. When I was little, one of my favorite things about Grandma's house was getting to drink chocolate milk out of the big, green glasses she kept...
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Information on Pink Depression glass with various patterns and manufacturers. Newer pink glass also included including Arcoroc pink swirl. I started collecting pink Depression glass while in junior high school. My first pieces were the Tearoom cream and sugar bowl from the Indiana Glass Company, produced from 1926 to 1931. These had belonged to my Great Grandmother. I later was also given a...
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Largest database of EAPG pattern info on the web. A website for collectors of Early American Pattern Glass items. With a searchable database of over 8,900 high-resolution color digital photographs of eapg items, containing pattern information for over 2,700 EAPG patterns. Over 13,300 market value histories. With full-color, high-resolution, digital images of 9,713 Early American Pattern Glass...
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We are the International Depression Glass Club, of Sacramento, California. Actually, our membership comes from all over northern California, and indeed, from several other States as well. The club was established many years ago, when so-called "Depression Glass" was a hot new collectible. Members joined together to share information about the various items of American-made glassware, primarily...
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I remember, as a young child, my Mom treasured her antique glass. Her interest was primarily in clear pattern glass and carnival glass. Perhaps because this type of glass was what she remembered while growing up at my grandma’s house. Another clear pattern glass that she especially liked had an Iris flower pattern. She and my Dad would go to house auctions and occasionally antique...
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The Peach State Depression Glass Club is looking forward to seeing you at our 40th Anniversary Show, where you will be greeted at the door by club members and if you are one of the first luck 40 attendees you will receive a gift and token of our appreciation. Proceeds from the show are used for the preservation and education of American Glass by supporting student scholarships and museums. You...
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We either have a speaker or do a "Show & Tell" discussion. Visitors are welcome at meetings and may join immediately by paying the current years dues. Every meeting offers the opportunity for "Show & Tell, Show & Ask, Show & Brag". Members bring items from their collections either to get information, add to the information about that evening's topic, or to share a good buy. Check out our Glass...
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Collectibles and Antiques for sale by many dealers. Depression glass and other antique and collectible glassware. Paper and print collectibles including books, magazines, comic books and postcards. Pottery and Stoneware, China, Silver and other decorative arts. Kitchenware and Dinnerware. Toys, Games and Kidstuff, vintage postcard.
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Many people visiting the website and the museum have asked whether Anchor Hocking has helped me with this project. I did write to the Chief Executive Office of Anchor Hocking and extended an invitation to Anchor Hocking to join me in documenting their history through the museum. I also included copies of the first four books I wrote. I did not even get a response to my invitation or "thanks"...
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What a wonderful time we had at the Clearwater Depression Glass Show 2014! Ann Kelly came out from WDUV and brought a great crowd with her. Over 1,800 individual people came through the doors and … [Read More...]. Our monthly meetings are held every 3rd Monday at 6:45 pm, at the Clearwater Garden Club Building in Clearwater, FL. View a map and directions HERE. Club dues are $10/year. Dates and...
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Featuring a large selection of Depression Era Glassware from Fostoria, Cambridge and more. While we specialize in Fostoria and Cambridge Glassware, we also carry rock cut and many other glass manufacturers like Tiffin, Westmoreland, Heisey, Duncan & Miller, Imperial, Morgantown, Libbey Rock Sharpe, Paden City, and New Martinsville. We also feature a large selection of depression era glassware...
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Dealer storefronts and catalogs in association with Just Glass. Art Glass including American, Bohemian, Czech, English, French, Italian, Scandinavian and other examples. Lamps and lighting with an emphasis on original and important fixtures with art glass shades. Depression Glass by Fostoria, MacBeth Evans, US Glass, Hazel Atlas, Hocking etc. New and old glass reference guides, auction catalogs...
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For our January 20 meeting’s main program, Marj Becker brought MANY paperweights from her collection for us to study. She taught us what to look for and provided handouts, magnifying glasses and flashlights, as well as the beautiful weights. We learned that they aren’t necessarily called paperweights by those who collect them, and that there are lovely weights from many countries made in many...
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Welcome to the Hazel Atlas Glass website. The Hazel Atlas glass website currently has over 600 full color digital photographs,and more than 150 webpages on depression glass and collectible glass by Hazel Atlas. The Hazel Atlas website currently has over 600 full color digital photographs,and more than 150 webpages featuring all your favorite depression glass, kitchen glass and other Hazel Atlas...
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TLC Antiques is a family run antique business which grew out of the love of collecting antiques and especially glass! We are located in the Adamstown area with booths in several antique shops and a seasonal stand on the weekends at Shupp's Grove (April - October). We travel the eastern United States doing antique shows and have been able to travel the world through our web site! In 2006 we...
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From Vintage Art Glass to post modern, and Pink Depression Glass to Tiffany Favrile, glassware has been made by literally hundreds of companies and in hundreds of ways. Collecting glass art and glassware can be rewarding, interesting and confusing. With the thousands of types of glassware out there, and the need to know what it is that you're buying, it sometimes takes a little extra knowledge...
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