Depression Glass Patterns

Use the Just Glass Online Depression Glass Reference Chart to find names, dates, colors and manufacturer details for all major Depression Glass patterns produced […]

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Autumn Colors in Depression Glass

I don’t know about you but my favorite season is fall. Possibly because of the crisp air and the falling leaves. Even with a bit of the warmth of spring in the air, I still reminisce about the last fall with its crisp cool nights and the brilliant colors. I find myself, while on the […]

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Jeanette Glass Iris and Herringbone

My own personal collection of depression glass began as an accident. I hadn’t been married very long and I used a platter that held deviled eggs for an evening meal. It was knocked from the table and broken( amid scrambled deviled eggs may I add)  I went in search of one that looked like it […]

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Jeannette Glassware Pattern Gallery

As most of the avid collectors will know, we usually have reasons why we select a special pattern or company to collect from. In my case,  because I’m a native Pennsylvanian and because I absolutely love the patterns, Jeannette Glassware is a passion of mine. I’m not alone in that however since its produces so many […]

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Elegant Depression Glass Reproductions

American Lancaster colony company continues to make certain pieces of American under the “whitehall” name. (whitehall was made by Indiana glass, which Lancaster also owns.) Pieces in red, white, pink, avocado green, crystal and various blues have been made. The glass quality is not as good as the original with more pronounced mold lines. Check […]

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Reproduction Depression Glass

Depression Glass For many years depression glass has been reproduced by companies all over the world. Some of the patterns and things you may see from those companies are listed below. (We gratefully acknowledge the research work of the Glass Reproduction website, as well as About.com  for some of this information). Adam Butter dish- on […]

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Hazel Atlas

In the mid 1930’s Hazel Atlas Glassware was a powerful company, situated in West Virginia, it was  the largest manufacturer of glassware in the world. It owned about fifteen factories and made containers, tableware, and various decorative items, continuing in operation until about 1956 in West Virginia. The company made beautiful depression ware, including such […]

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Federal Glassware Patterns

  The Federal Glass Company was established in 1900 in Columbus Ohio and operated their glass making by  hand, making pressed glassware, some of it with needle etchings. Federal Glass had the business acumen to anticipate the publics need for a large amount of glassware for a reasonable price and made the step over to […]

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Sharon Depression Glass Pattern by Federal Glass Company

Sharon, one of Federal Glass Company’s most successful Depression glass patterns, remains popular with collectors.

Learn about the history and pieces that have been reproduced in the Sharon pattern here […]

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Depression Glass, Elegant Glass and Depression Glass Manufacturers

Produced during the Great Depression and up until World War II as inexpensive promotional items, Depression glassware is now extremely popular as a collectible and prices continue to skyrocket as collectors strive to add rare pieces to their collections.

Read on to learn about the history and origins of Depression glass and Elegant glass, and the colors, patterns and manufacturers of Depression glass and Elegant glass […]

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