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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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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Collectibles–Table Lamps

One of the hottest new types of collectible glassware, something that nearly everyone is going for in a big way, seems to be lamps and lighting fixtures. Of course, as with any other type of collectible, you can go for it in a huge way, and sink a great deal of money into your new […]

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Kusak Fine Crystal

Fine crystal glassware by Anton Kusak. Kusack Fine Crystal came into being with the dreams of a young man from Moravia who traveled to the city of Seattle. This youthful glassmaker had a vision about what he wanted to do. Glassware and cut crystal was his passion. Anton Kusak believed that great designs and a […]

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How expensive is collecting glassware?

  How expensive is collecting glassware?  Thats a question a lot of people have and its a reasonable one in the economy we’re facing now. Glassware, like any other hobby, can be as expensive or as inexpensive as you choose to make it, but many people think that simply because they are on a budget, […]

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Libbey Glass Collectibles

 Libbey Glass Company began their business life named the New England Glass Company. They produced a wide variety of glassware, and in the end expanded their business to sheet glass and windshields, but are more widely known for their cut glass and shaped drinking glasses. The company was, in the beginning producing multiple items including […]

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Antique Lighting

During the last part of the 19th century and the earlier part of the 20th, a large array of lighting was produced in France, because the sources for lighting were shifting.Candlelight, and oil lights had changed to gas lighting and gas lighting was gradually moving to electrical sources. Many lighting sources were converted to one […]

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Vintage and Antique Chandeliers

Chandeliers are used today and have been used for centuries. Primarily the province of the wealthy or royal in the beginning they have become popular to anyone who wants to add a bit of elegance to their home. Some examples of those which were made in times past will show the quality of the hand […]

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Choosing a Chandelier

Don’t you always envision the chandelier as belonging to the most opulent grand home in the neighborhood? Chandeliers offer elegance, style and visions of royal style living when you see them in your mind, or in a home. Regardless of how new the glassware chandelier is, it still seems to reproduce the aura of being […]

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Tiffany Lamps and Lighting

An original Tiffany lamp may not be within reach of the average collector’s budget, but these works of art are certainly worth knowing more about […]

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