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Collectors of Depression Glass can share information about identification, value, resources, clubs, shows and more.

Members: 170
Latest Activity: on Friday

Meet Your Co-Moderators, Author Barbara E. Mauzy And Ellene Meece

A Note From Author Barbra E. Mauzy
Often free with the purchase of a good or service, colorful Depression Glass dinnerware has adorned American tables since the late 1920s. This group is dedicated to preserving the history and joy of this vintage American treasure produced by companies such as Hazel-Atlas, Federal, Anchor Hocking, Jeannette, and McKee.
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Ellene Meece is an antique/collectible marketer and organizer of people, products and possibilities in this vast world of Collectible Treasures. Her story involves being educated in antiques and collectibles through her mother who owned and operated a large antique and collectible store in Yukon, Oklahoma on Route 66 and then inheriting her inventory of endless antiques and collectibles after her unexpected passing. Ellene was determined to find a positive path forward to share these treasures with others and thus built an online business through her website - www.grandmastreasuresonline.com. She also writes for her own blog - www.collectibletreasuresblog.com

Discussion Forum

Floral Pattern, Jeannette Glass Company by Barbara E. Mauzy 17 Replies

Started by Barbara E. Mauzy. Last reply by Angela Evans May 30.

What pattern?

Started by Lillian Dunbar Jan 27.

requested photos 5 Replies

Started by Terry Jackson. Last reply by Bob Morawitz Jan 2.

need help identifying this carnival glass bowl 2 Replies

Started by Dotty. Last reply by Bob Morawitz Dec 13, 2015.

Miracle Maize Pan Mystery 14 Replies

Started by Ron Dudelston. Last reply by Ron Dudelston Sep 7, 2015.

Depression glass or Vaseline 7 Replies

Started by Shari Beymer. Last reply by Shari Beymer Mar 6, 2015.

Are these Depression? 3 Replies

Started by Lillian Dunbar. Last reply by Lillian Dunbar Aug 24, 2014.

Depression Glass for Sale! 2 Replies

Started by Ellene Meece. Last reply by Ellene Meece Aug 11, 2014.

How Can a Novice tell The REAL Depression Glass From the REpro? 4 Replies

Started by Bettie Watts. Last reply by Bettie Watts Jun 22, 2014.

Period or Repro? 4 Replies

Started by S Cooper. Last reply by S Cooper Jun 3, 2014.

Candy dish 3 Replies

Started by Melissa Henderson. Last reply by Ellene Meece Jan 9, 2014.

Reproduction? 3 Replies

Started by Lillian Dunbar. Last reply by Ellene Meece Jan 3, 2014.

Pink Depression Type Glass Question? 8 Replies

Started by Ralph Meisse. Last reply by 0zk27d1vv0zud Dec 11, 2013.

need help id'ing/ valueing this piece 3 Replies

Started by AnnaMarie Warkala. Last reply by AnnaMarie Warkala Oct 7, 2013.

Green Cabbage Rose Reproduction? 10 Replies

Started by Waurene Roberson Valley Vintage. Last reply by Thomas McCann Sep 17, 2013.

Cherry Blossom Depression Glass 2 Replies

Started by Mike. Last reply by W. Randall Sep 6, 2013.

THree footed Vase and flower frog Floral by Jeanette 5 Replies

Started by Angela Evans. Last reply by Angela Evans Aug 29, 2013.

Red Sandwich Glass ? 4 Replies

Started by Angela Evans. Last reply by Angela Evans Aug 16, 2013.

Need to identify these pieces 3 Replies

Started by Cheri Johnson. Last reply by Thomas McCann Aug 16, 2013.

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Comment by Angela Evans on Friday

That confirms what I have found in my UK collection...thanks for sharing

Comment by Old Time Glass on Friday

I just checked my info too, and it says the pieces with ground bases are being found in England and Canada (rare in the US) & often indicates an earlier production run. They are lighter green, slightly paneled, and the pieces are the vases, rose bowls, flat pitchers and flat tumblers. Green cups have ground bottoms, are slightly footed, and the base fo the cup is larger than the normally found saucer indentation. From Depression Glass, 16th Edition, Gene & Cathy Florence, pg 80 (2004)

Comment by Angela Evans on Thursday

Sorry should read 5.5"..

Comment by Angela Evans on Thursday

Thanks for that info Tom ...I have two of the pitchers the 5.52 and the 8" :)

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Thursday

My info is dated 1983.  States that ground bases were from England. Also said USA dealers shipped containers full back to the states.

There are 3 pitchers, 5.5", 8", and 10.25.  The rarest is the small one.  In 1983 it was priced at $450.  The 8" was $26.50, and the big one was $170.

Comment by vicki hufstetler on Thursday

Aah, I see what you mean. I can't remember straight away if any of my pieces are ground based or not. I'll take a peak tonight when I get done with email. Super nice collection! Isn't it a great pattern? One of my favs! :) 

Comment by Angela Evans on Thursday

Only that they are paler in colour than others although they are very bright uranium under UV and the milk pitcher and cups have a ground base...the pair of vases in particular are very pale lime green...the only one I can compare it to is the Cone shaped pitcher which is a darker green.

Comment by vicki hufstetler on Wednesday

I have a small collection too Angela, but mine are the pink. I don't have much time lately, but I could look in my books, for shapes if that would help at all?

Do you find any oddities among the shapes you have found, vs USA market?

Comment by Angela Evans on Wednesday

I have been discussing these items all found in the UK with another group of collectors and some are of the opinion they were made for the British market and the colour differs from US pieces also some have ground bases like Elegant glass...this milk pitcher has a finely ground base for example...any thoughts on these theories please ??

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on Wednesday

Lovely collection and a wonderful addition! Thanks for sharing this with the group!

 

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