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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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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 Royal Lace depression glass by the Hazel Atlas Company. Visit my Royal Lace Pricelist to see more...
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NDGA National Depression Glass Association preserving american glass history. Some of you have been to the Museum but not recently, others have yet to visit! Please consider coming by to see our latest acquisitions. It is with great pleasure and excitement that we will soon have displayed, 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...
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The Peach State Depression Glass Club was organized in 1976 with 26 members to promote interest in and spread knowledge about glassware of the Depression era. While maintaining that focus, the club has expanded with interests in many other fields of collecting. It now has members who also collect...
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Until then, Check out the Great resources below, Drops Us a Note, or Join our mailing list for updates and free downloads. Mauzy's Depression Glass: A Photographic Reference with Prices (Schiffer Book for Collectors). Depression Glass and Beyond: A Guide to Pattern Identification (Schiffer Book for Collectors). Warman's Depression Glass: A Value & Identification Guide (Warman's Depression...
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Depression Glass is our specialty. Elegant glass, Kitchenware and Carnival Glass represented. Names include Fire King, Florentine, Normandie, Petalware and more. Very collector has that special place where your prized possessions are kept... that closet where you squirrel away all the treasures you've come across in your travels. When you open the doors, friends step back and marvel at the...
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We are constantly traveling around the US buying and selling glassware. Check out our show schedule, we might be in your neck of the woods. Stop by and say Hi! NE Florida Depression Glass Show Fraternal Order of Police Building Jacksonville, FL, January 26, 27 2019 www.depressionglassclub.com Sparkling Clearwater Depression Glass Club… [Continue Reading]. Wow, Little Rock was amazing. Not only...
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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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Kirkland Museum is temporarily closed because we are building a new facility and relocating to 12th Avenue & Bannock Street, near the Denver Art Museum and the Clyfford Still Museum, in Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District. The new 38,500-square-foot museum, designed by Seattle-based Olson Kundig, is projected to open in early 2018. In 1910–1911 English-born artist Henry Read (1851–1935)...
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DelMarVa Depression Glass Club in MD holds events and glass shows for anyone who's interested in 20th-century American glassware. Our mission is to provide a venue for collectors and researchers of American glass, primarily of the Great Depression era, where they can impart knowledge about their glass collection and interests. Moreover, we will encourage them to share general information about...
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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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Promoters of Glass, China and Pottery Shows in Texas, Georgia, Florida and Louisiana. Looking Glass Productions is proud to sponsor two quality Glass Shows each year. We currently sponsor shows in Texas and Georgia. Sadly, we had to close down four shows (Austin, TX, Pensacola, FL and Slidell, LA in addition to the Spring show in Grapevine). Dealers who exhibit at our shows come from all across...
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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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The Lincoln Land Depression Era Glass & Pottery Clubs annual show and sale will be held at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. Since that first year the show has been held in Springfield, Illinois. In 2016 the Club held it's 41st annual show & sale in the Illinois Building at the Illinois State Fairgrounds located on Sangamon Avenue at 9th Street. The Lincoln Land Depression Era Glass & Pottery...
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Meetings start at 6:30pm with a member selling /social time. Business meeting including our presentations begins at 7pm. There is a break about midway through the meeting, which concludes at arounf 9pm. Usually our meetings are the FOURTH Thursday of the month. Months with an asterick denote a THIRD Thursday due to a conflict on the fourth Thursday.
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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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Starting October 2017, our monthly meeting day has been changed to the 3rd Tuesday at 6:45 pm, at the Clearwater Garden Club Building in Clearwater, FL. View a map and directions HERE. Club dues … [Read More...]. Our monthly meetings are held every 3rd Tuesday 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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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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