Glassware From the Fabulous Fifties

Its hard to think of an era that produced more interesting, quirky things than the fifties and that includes the glassware, the dinnerware and the furniture.. In the fifties you could find every possible height and shape of glass imaginable and entertaining by means of a cocktail party was the newest rage, so everyone, who […]

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Carnival Glass

Carnival glass was wildly popular when it first came out, but the interest in it fell by the wayside for a long time, particularly just pre the depression years, and Fenton, as well as many other companies ceased making it, however due to collector interest in it, Fenton company began production again and in fact still produce carnival glass today.

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How to Buy Glass Collectibles Online

If you want to collect glass items such as Depression glass, vintage art glass or other glass collectibles today you can save time and money if you buy glass online. Learn the ins and outs of shopping online for glass collectibles in our guide to buying glass online.

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Elegant Glass is Not Depression Glass

If you are new to glass collecting, you may not know what the differences are between Elegant Glass and Depression Glass.

And, while both were made from the 1920s, through the Depression years and until World War II or shortly after the war, the quality and finishing techniques used were quite different between them […]

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The Heisey Glass Company

Heisey Glass is popular among collectors of Elegant glass and well know for its Diamond H mark […]

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Glossary of Glass Terms

Knowing the terms and jargon of glassmaking and glass collecting can take years to learn.

The Just Glass Online glossary is a great reference to help you understand glass industry nomenclature and common glass collector’s terminology […]

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History of Farber Brothers

Brothers Louis and Harry Farber were born in Russia in the late 19th century and immigrated to the United State just after the turn of the 20th century. Louis and Harry began working for S. W. Farber, their older brother who sold products under the name Farberware. In 1915 they formed their own company, using […]

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Fenton Ware Glass

The Fenton Glass Company is the largest maker of hand made colored Glass that currently exists in the United States. Every piece of Fenton glass will be used for home decor or a personal collection. The glassware made at Fenton is highly collectible and is sold through thousands of retailer’s world wide. In 1988 a […]

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Laurel Glass Pattern from Mckee

Laurel is the most popular glass pattern that was produced by the Mckee Glass Company […]

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Collecting Bud Vases

Glass bud vases are a great collectible, whether you are just starting out or if you are an experienced collector looking to add vintage Depression Era or Designer Glassware bud vases to your collection […]

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