It’s going to be wall-to-wall American-made glass and pottery in Nashville, come July 20-21, during the 14th Annual Elegant and Depression Glass Show & Sale. Read More +
The community of Wellington, Kan., home to the National Depression Glass Museum, will see an even larger number of Depression glass collectors tooling around July 11-14. Read More +
Just in time for the spring and summer flea market, the newest edition of “Warman’s Depression Glass Field Guide” is here, and it’s packed with updated values, new photographs and the always helpful pattern identification guide. Read More +
Tradition carries on at the 57th annual Cedar Rapids Antique Show and Collector’s Fair, set for April 26-28, and featuring jewelry to prints and more. Read More +
I have wondered if the temperature changes from cold winter to hot summer can affect carnival glass. Read More +
The Fostoria Glass Society hosted its 13th Annual Elegant and Depression Glass Show and Sale July 21-22 in Nashville, Tenn. Twenty-four dealers from 16 different states filled the building with American-made glassware and pottery in many patterns and colors. Read More +
Illinois’ 20 30 40 Glass Society celebrates the 40th Antique American Glass sale March 10-11, 2012 with a glass ID table, door prizes and a new raffle of antique American glass. Read More +
The National Depression Glass Association has a new program to help glass collectors identify their finds. Experts are offering to identify various vintage Depression glass styles for free. Read More +
Like most collectible areas, the glass market is slowly recovering from tough market conditions. Prices of smalls were off 20 to 40 percent because of the recession. Like the real estate market, glass experienced a bubble of unrealistically high prices. In this excerpt we look at which segments of glass collecting show strength and why the market is less regionalized than it was before the crash.
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Dealers at the 12th Annual Elegant and Depression Glass Show packed the Tennessee State Fairgrounds with elegant and depression glass, July 16-17, 2011 including some rare pieces. Two of the rarer pieces at the show included a Fostoria American soap dish and a Cambridge glass owl lamp. The Fostoria soap dish was complete with lid and was priced at $3,500. The owl lamp was priced at $2,100.
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