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Teacups, teakettles and an honest antiques customer (9/12/08)
Some time ago, my mother and sister decided to have yard sale to clean out a storage area. They would be putting out typical yard-sale items—small appliances, pots and pans, bottles, lots of junk and maybe a collectibles or two. More >>


“The God of Things As They Ought to Be” – Bottle or salt/pepper shaker…or god? (9/4/08)
Billiken bottle in clear or colorless glass - same mold as milk glass bottles The title of this blog is the wonderful and strangely upbeat phrase embossed around the pedestal base of this whimsical little bottle…or is it a salt/pepper shaker. Actually, the "em-bossing" is "de-bossed" or indented into the glass instead of raised relief like typical bottle embossing. More >>


Beautiful Purple Glass Decanter (8/12/08)
I’m new to the art glass collecting hobby. My main interest is Scandinavian art glass. I found this at a garage sale. To me, it looks like Scandinavian glass and I am wondering if it could have been made by Holmegaard around the 1950s. I’ve uploaded the image into my profile. Any suggestions? More >>


GRAVY BOWL (4/29/08)
MY HUSBAND FOUND A GRAVY BOWL MADE BY JOHANN HAVILAND. IT HAS GOLD TRIM AND FLOWERS ON IT. TRYING TO FIND OUT VAULE OF IT. SOMEONE HELP. More >>


I just Love old things. (4/11/08)
If the price is right I might sell a few of my dishies. More >>


NATIONAL CASKET CO (3/26/08)
I am in posession of a glass bottle market “National Casket Co”. I am unsure where this bottle came from, what it was used for, and if it is of any value. It has liquid measurements on it. Any answers would be greatly appreciated. Thank you More >>


19th century glass lamps (2/12/08)
Blown glass top with a pressed bottom lamp sealed with a cork, c. 1820sTo keep light in a home during the 1800′s required the use of oil lamps, for the most part. The glass lamps were functional, put out enough candlepower to light a small room, and served as night lights for the kids. More >>


Anchor Hocking (1/28/08)
The Hocking Glass Company was founded in Lancaster, Ohio in 1905. Although the company originally produced handmade items, by the … More >>


Gunderson (10/23/07)
Robert Gunderson purchased the Pairpoint Corporation, Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 1930s and operated it as the Gunderson Glass Works … More >>


Hazel Atals Glassware (10/16/07)
Hazel Atlas resulted from the 1902 merger of the Hazel Glass Company and the Atlas Glass and Metal Company, each … More >>


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