Depression Glass
To make a purchase email alesia@dejavuantiques.biz
What Depression Glass Pattern are you looking for?

Please choose from below - Pattern Name Starts with:

A - D Patterns are listed below that we have available for sale
online:
Adam,  American Sweetheart,  Cameo,  Cherry Blossum,  Chinex Classic,  
Cloverleaf,  Colonial "Knife & Fork",  Columbia,  Diamond Quilted,  
Diana,  Dogwood,  Doric,  and  Doric & Pansy
 

E - I Patterns are listed below that we have available for sale
online
Fire King:  Alice, Jane Ray, Laurel, Jade-ite, & Shell; Floragold, Floral ,
Florentine, Fortune, Fruits, Georgian Lovebirds, Harp, Holiday "Buttons
& Bows", Homespun, Horseshoe, Iris

J - M Patterns are listed below that we have available for sale
online
Lorain, Madrid, Manhattan, Mayfair "Open Rose", Miss America, and
Moderntone.

N - Q Patterns are listed below that we have available for sale
online
Old Cafe,  Old Colony "Lace Edge", Oyster and Pearl, Patrician,
Petalware, Princess, and Queen Mary

R - Z Patterns are listed below that we have available for sale
online
Radiance, Ring, Rock Crystal, Royal Lace, Sandwich, Sharon, Sierra,
Sunflower, Swirl, Sylvan "Parrot", Tea Room, Windsor, Waterford "Waffle"


*** All listed items are vintage and not a reproduction.  All listed items
are in very good condition unless marked otherwise.  
Items are not in
alphabetical order and newly received items might be listed at the end
of list.  So make sure you scroll all the way through the list.

Depression Glass was massed produced glassware.   It was made from
the late 1920’s to the 1940’s.   It was made during the years of the Great
Depression.  It was made in many different colors, pink, green cobalt
blue, amber, monax, red, crystal, opalescent, topaz, white, and
iridescent.    Depression Glass was originally produced as inducements
to buy other products and they were sold in five and dime stores very
cheaply.  They were also given away as a free premium at gas stations or
movie theaters.  It was been collected for decades now, and what was
cheap glass can bring some pretty high prices now.  There are a number
of companies that produced this glassware; Jeannette Glass Co. of
Charleroi, Pa., Federal Glass Co. of Columbus, Ohio, Hazel-Atlas Co., of
Wellsburg W.Va., & Hocking Glass Co., of Lancaster, Ohio, and dozens of
other factories in the United States.  There are about 160 different
patterns that were made.  This was a poor quality glassware.  Some of
this glass has blobs of extra glass, straw marks, bubbles and rough
edges.  Some people collect a whole set of the same pattern, while some
people would rather buy a piece or two of each pattern, or some buy a
whole place setting of different patterns.   There are many Depression
Glass shows in the United States.  Please see our
show listings.
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