Brockway Glass Works

Most collectors of old glasses and glass bottles have heard of the name Brockway Glass.  This historical business originated in 1907 when it was known as the Brockway Machine Bottle Company.  It later changed its name to Brockway Glass.  It is well known for making glass with detailed designs.  I am fortunate to  be from […]

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Pepsi Glasses

Most glass collectors began their hobby thanks to old Pepsi glasses that show the colorful Warner Brothers characters. They bring with them a sense of fun, especially for those who grew up watching the antics of Bugs Bunny and pals while growing up. You can still find some of these treasures with some exceptions. Looking […]

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Caithness Glass

[image title=”flirtation” size=”full” id=”820″ align=”center” linkto=”viewer” ] The northern reaches of Scotland are where the Caithness Glass factory decided to establish its glassworks in 1961, in the Wick Highlands. Here surrounded by the Norse influence and with a history of Gaelic tradition, they began to produce high quality glass paperweights and glass art that quickly […]

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Vintage Lighting

Before the beginning of the twentieth century, amazing designers have made lamps and lighting fixtures that were designed to make your home look elegant and capture your imagination as well as our senses. [image title=”pairs01″ size=”full” id=”802″ align=”center” linkto=”viewer” ] What is more beautiful than the constant sparkle of a crystal chandelier or more interesting […]

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Gallery of Cambridge Glassware

As there have been so many questions and comments on the elegant glassware thats known as Cambridge Glass, Just glass offers you a small gallery to help you see some fine examples of these glassware patterns.

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Cambridge Glassware

Cambridge Glass company began its life as the National Glass Company. They made press glass in the early part of the nineteen hundreds. Cambridge is well known for its glass mark, which is a triangle with a C inside of it. Oddly enough, not all Cambridge pieces get marked with that mark, which makes it […]

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Flint Glass and Canary Flint Glass.

   FLINT GLASS: Flint glass is one of those rarities to collectors, so that in some cases, people don’t even know what to look for, or that they can look for it.. The Welkers, in their book describe it as a term for a specific type of glass.  The name was said to have been […]

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John Beswick Studios

Among my favorite things to collect are the Beswick studios figurines of the Beatrix Potter Figurines, as well as those of the hunting dogs and the owls. These are remarkably lifelike and have been made over the course of more than a century, realistic and beautiful, they are still sought after collectibles today. A family […]

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Ebay and Glassware.

  While many of you don’t particularly care to do business with Ebayers, I’ve found it to be a treasure trove of interesting pieces and in reality, nice folks too, though many of them aren’t entirely certain what they’ve got and how much its worth. This works in your favor many times, though as a […]

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Tiffany–in Pastel

  When Tiffany Glass comes to mind, what you’re probably envisioning are those awesome bright colors and the incredible blues and golds of the Favrile..  Many people, even some collectors, aren’t aware th at Tiffany made a line of pastel glass.   During what was called the Art Deco era, particularly between 1918 to 1928 […]

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