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Depression Glass Collectors

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

Members: 163
Latest Activity: Nov 9

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.
Barbara


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

Miracle Maize Pan Mystery 12 Replies

Started by Ron Dudelston. Last reply by Debbie Stephens Nov 9.

Are these Depression? 3 Replies

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

Depression Glass for Sale! 2 Replies

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

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.

need help identifying this carnival glass bowl 1 Reply

Started by Dotty. Last reply by Mary Wald Jun 16.

Period or Repro? 4 Replies

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

Floral Pattern, Jeannette Glass Company by Barbara E. Mauzy 16 Replies

Started by Barbara E. Mauzy. Last reply by Mary Wald Jun 1.

Candy dish 3 Replies

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

Reproduction? 3 Replies

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

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. 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.

more depression glass 2 Replies

Started by tw shebang. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Jun 4, 2013.

yellow depression glass

Started by tw shebang Jun 2, 2013.

Can anyone identify these patterns? 1 Reply

Started by Jeff Howell. Last reply by Angela Evans Apr 16, 2013.

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Comment by linda on September 10, 2014 at 6:12pm

i decided to part with what i have left of my moderntone depression glass and have listed it in our shop: http://www.rubylane.com/item/180930-ELS7/Vintage-DEPRESSION-Glass-C...

Comment by lundy'antiques/collectables on August 24, 2014 at 8:45pm

yes that is interesting , ill put it on line ,but not sure how much ,  ty

Comment by lundy'antiques/collectables on August 24, 2014 at 8:40pm

thank you tom , ill do that now  ty again

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on August 24, 2014 at 8:37pm

Dave, I'd love to collect them but they're way beyond my budget. This is known as Peacock and Urn. Value could be 4 figures. Read the link carefully as there are differences in Northwood and two other companies that use the same design. http://www.carnivalheaven.com/carnivalglass102/id199.htm

Comment by lundy'antiques/collectables on August 24, 2014 at 7:02pm

hi anyone collect these ,northwood  ty

Comment by linda on August 23, 2014 at 5:44pm

hi tom - you sure know your stuff! we specialize in vintage bakelite but my mom has tons and tons of green depression glass as do i that we are going to start to sell - we just have too much stuff and are going to list it in our ruby lane shop little by little. bakelite we know, but not so much about depression glass, so thanks! years and years ago we just bought what we liked - depression glass being one of the things we bought. i do know that those measuring cups were used as nut choppers and also had reamers on top - i have a complete one of those that i am going to get rid of, so i just might "pick your brain" at some point, if i may.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on August 23, 2014 at 12:00pm

Your measuring cup was also used as a NUT CHOPPER; had a round wooden plate in bottom and an up/down type metal chopper.  Also it had a REAMER for oranges, lemons, etc.  Reamer had holes in it to allow juices to flow into measuring cup.  All were made by A & J. 

Comment by linda on August 23, 2014 at 6:08am

thanks all for your help - had a feeling that the mixer porton might have gone missng, but will list the mixing cup with the hazel atlas marking and call it a day! thanks.

linda

Comment by linda on August 23, 2014 at 6:05am

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on August 22, 2014 at 8:43pm

I love how all of you jumped in to help. Just to follow up, you might be familiar with EKCO kitchen tools. This company bought out A&J. For a few years their metalware showed A&J with EKCO and then eventually A&J was dropped from their logos altogether. A&J made the gadgetry, not the glass, but some of the glass was marked for them. Finding a "beater jar" with the top and bottom both marked is hard to do, and these command a much higher price. THANKS for contributing!

 

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