Hummel Figurines

Since their introduction in 1935, Hummel figurines have been continually popular as collector pieces worldwide.

Easily recognized, the Hummel pieces come in a wide range of characters, sizes and designs […]

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Limoges: Not Just Porcelain

Limoges China has been popular for over 100 years, yet in that time span, many people are still unaware that Limoges is not a factory per se’ but many factories all situated in a region of France known as Limoges, for which the China is named.

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The Federal Glass Company

Known for its Depression Glass styles and patterns like “Peacock Feather”, Federal Glass began in Ohio in the early 1900s […]

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Milk Glass

Named for its milky white coloration, milk glass pieces are a favorite collector’s category.

Derived from porcelain production techniques, milk glass became popular since pieces could be made far more affordable than porcelain.

Milk glass actually can be found in a variety of colors, but the milky appearance will distinguish it from other types of glass collectibles […]

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Westmoreland Glass Company

Steeped in history, Westmoreland glassware has become highly collectible.

Known for its molded glass products, the Ohio company’s 100-year legacy continues to attract the attention of collectors […]

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Corning Glass Museum

A visit to the Corning Glass Museum is something many glass collectors would enjoy.

From glass blowing demonstrations to a complete history of Corning’s legendary glass making, you’ll find plenty to do and see here […]

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