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I have wondered if the temperature changes from cold winter to hot summer can affect carnival glass.
A multimillion-dollar three-day dual auction extravaganza is planned Nov. 28-30, 2012, in Fairfield, Maine. The back-to-back cataloged auctions are filled with two full days of fine glass and lamps followed by toys, dolls, antique advertising, coin-op, music machines, salesman samples and more.
Did you know that although ancient Romans made receptacles of glass in Britain and a few crude glass drinking vessels have survived from Saxon times, or roughly 927 A.D.? A new book, 'The Golden Age of English Glass,' shows how England's glass makers evolved over 700 years to become a dominant force in the...
The Corning Museum of Glass recently unveiled the preliminary design for an expansion that will create a new North Wing, featuring light-filled galleries for its collection of contemporary works in glass, as well as one of the world’s largest facilities for glassblowing demonstrations and live glass design sessions.
A Hudson River landscape by Henry Ary, estimated at $30-50,000, may take top lot honors during Litchfield County Auctions' summer antique and modern fine art auction. Online bidding takes place June 27-July 11, 2012 on iGavelauctions.com and features items from private estates and collections throughout Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts.
The Museum of American Glass exhibit "The Lotton Legacy, Three Generations of American Glass" marks the 50th anniversary of the studio/contemporary glass movement, July 1-Aug. 18, 2012. MAG is one of 165 museums and other organizations across the country planning exhibits and lectures.
A stunning American Brilliant Cut Glass three-color, cut to clear bowl by Dorflinger sold for $65,000 at a cut glass auction held March 10 by Woody Auction.
The National Early American Glass Club has announced its 2012 Seminar will be held May 16-19 in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
A rare and unusual collection of pig-shaped figural pottery bottles sold for $125,000 at a recent Glass Works Auctions. Of the 333 lots in the auction, 55 were from the collection of Gene Heisey, whose wife preserved the collection for 25 years after his passing.