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Glass by Maker

Glass by Maker

If you want to search by major glass company name, no matter when it was made or what type of glass, use this category. Please note that some glassware does not appear under this category.

1970s to Contemporary Glassware

1970s to Contemporary Glassware

Glass from Tiara, Lenox, Avon Cape Cod and other collectible glass makers

40s 50s 60s Glass by Company

40s 50s 60s Glass by Company

Mid Century glassware from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s: Anchor Hocking, Indiana, Jeannette, Hazel Atlas, Federal and more

Beverage Items, Pitchers, Drinking Glasses

Beverage Items, Pitchers, Drinking Glasses

Pitchers, tumblers, drinking and barware glasses, beverage sets

Childrens Glassware

Childrens Glassware

Childs glass feeding dishes and childrens antique toy glassware

Depression Glass

Depression Glass

Colored and crystal glassware from the late 1920s through 1940, generally given away as premiums or sold inexpensively in five and dime or variety stores

EAPG, Carnival, Opalescent Glass

EAPG, Carnival, Opalescent Glass

Antique Carnival, Opalescent, and Early American Pattern glass, pressed glassware made from circa 1870 through the 1910s

Elegant Glassware by Company

Elegant Glassware by Company

Fine 1920s through 1960s glassware by companies such as Imperial, Fostoria, Heisey, Tiffin, Westmoreland, Fenton and others, generally ground and polished, well finished wares

Milk Glass

Milk Glass

Opaque glassware in milk white and other colors, often decorated. Early milk glass was produced in the late 1800s through early 1900s. Milk glass enjoyed a revival in the 1950s and 60s from such companies as Fenton, Imperial, and Westmoreland.

Pyrex, Corning Ware

Pyrex, Corning Ware

Pyrex by Corning mixing bowls, tableware, oven ware, storage and serving dishes, Corelle go-withs. Also Corning Ware stovetop, ovenware and bakeware

Stemware

Stemware

Elegant goblets, wines, champagnes, and stemmed cordial glassware

Victorian Era Glassware

Victorian Era Glassware

1800s to early 1900s crystal and colored glassware, usually pressed, often decorated


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