Club for those interested in the collecting of antique candy containers. Membership information, links and newsletter excerpts available online.
Company reproduces cut crystal designs no longer in production. Worldwide shipping.
Handcrafted glass artistry since 1905. Handmade blown and pressed glass in a variety of shapes and colors. Handpainted decorations and product offerings, including highly collectible limited editions.
Resources for Fenton Art Glass collectors. Contains articles about Fenton, monthly columns, a Fenton Art gallery, chat board, links to Fenton dealers, online classifieds, and various other resources.
Homepage dedicated to personal collection of over 100 flower frogs. Includes links to a definition of flower frogs and other flower frog sites on the web.
Italian and Venetian glassware, art glasswork, and mirrors.
An online magazine for antique and collectible glass enthusiasts.
Established in San Francisco 1932. Fine crystal, glass and china shop. Provides crystal and china repair services and crystal engraving.
A non-profit educational organization for glass collectors, students, researchers and professionals whose interest lies in glass of all kinds, types, ages and national origins.
Dedicated to the preservation, study, and enjoyment of milk glass including all periods and manufacturers, domestic and foreign.
An online catalog of vintage glassware, dinnerware and other housewares for the Retro home.
A color reference system combining the functions of colorimeter and spectrograph as a tool for cataloging the colors in glass collections, or describing colors of insulators, bottles, jars, and other colored glass.
For collectors, museum curators, dealers in glass, glass workers and glass makers. Includes photo gallery and membership information.
Contains articles about individual glass manufacturers and types of items.
Features brief company history and photos of several items produced by the company.
A collector's site spotlighting many of the products of the Hemingray Glass Company.
A knowledge base for collectors, students and lovers of pottery of all kinds.
Leading resource of American craft with an emphasis on the medium of glass, a stronghold in New Jersey's cultural history. The Museum of American Glass is the largest museum in the country dedicated to preserving the history of glass made in the United States.
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