The Jeannette Glass Company

Famous for its Depression Era kitchenware and glassware, the Jeannette Glass Company produced many of today’s most collectible Depression glass patterns […]

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Royal Lace Depression Glass Pattern

Royal Lace is easily recognized since this well regarded Depression Glass pattern really does look like lace.

Produced by the Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, 28 Royal Lace pieces were manufactured from 1934 to 1941 during the prime of the depression glass production […]

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Cameo Depression Glass Pattern

Cameo is one of the most popular and representative Depression Glass patterns. Recognized by the figure of a dancer, the pattern was produced by Hocking from 1930 to 1934 […]

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Indiana Glass Company

One of the better know Depression Era glassware manufacturers, the Indiana Glass Company made its well know patterns of glass dinnerware in pink, red, blue, green, yellow, amber, white and crystal. The Indiana Glass company began about the turn of the twentieth century, or a bit earlier. It was originally part and parcel of the […]

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Depression Glass

As a category, depression era glass may be one of the most popular attractions for many glass collectors and enthusiasts […]

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Collecting Depression Glass

There are a variety of Depression glass colors, but the best known are pink, green, blue and yellow. Although more abundant than other colors, pink Depression glass patterns are the most popular and highly valued color. Depression glass is clear or colored translucent glassware made available either free or at low cost in the United […]

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Duncan and Miller Glassware

Duncan and Miller was a well respected glassmaker that is known by many collectors for its lovely Depression Era glass patterns […]

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