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Dejavu Antiques is located in God's country in Dillard,
GA just south of the North Carolina mountains.  We
have been in the antique business for over 20 years and
continue to  do antique shows in the Southeast.   Dejavu
Antiques has a dazzling collection of Depression Glass,
Roseville Pottery, Weller, Porcelains, Fostoria, Fenton,
Cambridge, Heisey, Johnson Brothers, Franciscan,
Shelley, Westmoreland,  small furniture and vintage
tools.   Please search our website to see what we have to
offer.  If you do not see what you are looking for listed
on our site, please email us and let us know.  We
continue to update our listings as often as possible.  
Dejavu Antiques currently have over 25,000 items and it
is impossible to list everything.  So if you have a
specific item you are looking for, please let us know.  
Who knows, we might just have it.   Please add us to
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frequently.  We have great antiques to offer and
something for everyone.   Thanks so much for visiting
us and we look forward to doing business with you.  
Dillard is a great place to visit, so stop in and see us.
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A little history for the history buff....
Depression Glass was made during the Great Depression.  In the 1920's & early 1930's,
Depression Glass was given as a free gift with a purchase of an item.  Depression Glass
was in inexpensive glass manufactured in large quantities.

Roseville Pottery was made in Roseville, Ohio.  Roseville Pottery began producing
pottery pieces in 1890.  Many types of Roseville Pottery were made until 1954.  Many
people collect Roseville Pottery even to this day.

Fostoria Glass was made in Fostoria, Ohio.  Fostoria was made starting in 1887.  
Fostoria Glass is not being made now.  Fostoria  produced numerous types of fine
glassware over the years.  American Fostoria is the most common and the most sought
pattern that Fostoria made.

Cambridge Glass was made in Cambridge, Ohio.  The most popular Cambridge pattern
is Rosepoint.  Cambridge was produced from 1901-1958.  The Cambridge Glass
Company was closed in 1958.

Weller Pottery was made in Fultonham, Ohio.  Weller Pottery moved their firm to
Zanesville, Ohio, in 1882.  Weller Pottery has hundreds of lines.  Weller Pottery closed
their factory in 1948.

Franciscan was introduced in 1934.  Franciscan Desert Rose has the destinction of being
one of the most popular patterns ever produced in dinnerware history.  Franciscan ware
was made in California. The Franciscan plant was closed in 1984.  Other companies are
still reproducing popular Franciscan patterns today.

Fenton Art Glass Company was founded in Martins Ferry, Ohio.  Fenton Glass
Company is now located in Williamstown, West Virginia.  Fenton made many different
patterns with a variety of hostess pieces.  Fenton is noted for early Carnival glass.

Johnson Brothers was among the first winners of the Queen Awards to industry for
export achievement.  There are many patterns in Johnson Brothers.  One of the most
popular patterns in Johnson Brothers is Old Britian Castles.  Johnson Brothers factories
were in middle England.

Westmoreland Glass was made by the Westmoreland Glass Company of Grapeville,
Pennsylvania from 1890-1984.  Westmoreland Paneled Grape has been  & still is the most
popular pattern throughout Westmoreland's history.  The Westmoreland end came in
1984.  Westmoreland used paper labels on most of its ware.