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Depression Glass Collectors

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

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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.

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

Are these Depression?

Started by Lillian Dunbar on Monday.

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.

Miracle Maize Pan Mystery 11 Replies

Started by Ron Dudelston. Last reply by Ron Dudelston Jun 18.

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 Lillian Dunbar on August 16, 2014 at 11:39am

Is this Depression? If so, does anyone know the manufacturer? No distinct pattern, but in some areas where it's frosted, there's an irregular, streaky pattern. It's 10" tall at lid handle.

Comment by Lillian Dunbar on August 12, 2014 at 5:34am

Thanks Vicki. May research also shows prices all over the place. I can only say that my mom collected before repros were being made. This piece is in EXCELLENT condition. As usual, I think it was a dealer looking to get some glass at give away prices and hoped I didn't know the value. What I asked is probably what he could get, so he couldn't but and make a profit. BTW - I  have an ice blue divided relish in Mayfair.

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on August 11, 2014 at 11:29pm

Vicki ~ ice blue is legit! Cobalt everything in Mayfair is new. Seems no one else is weighing in on Lillian's candy jar. Current book value of this lovely piece in pink is $75. This means the top and bottom are in perfect condition with no dings, etc. anywhere including the inner rims. $50 is a great price!

Comment by vicki hufstetler on August 11, 2014 at 5:04pm

Ok, just one question please Ms. Barbara - Isn't the paler blue shade authentic, or no? I knew the cobalt one's were fakes, but I thought the lighter ( Much prettier) blue, was authentic?  a bit confused here. :)

Here's a link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Blue-Mayfair-Open-Rose-covered-candy-dish-/...

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on August 11, 2014 at 4:59pm

Vicki ~ The dark blue ones are all repros. This is a tricky piece. Anyone else?

Comment by vicki hufstetler on August 11, 2014 at 2:53pm

Well, It looks like asking prices are all over the place for this piece! The blue one's seem to fetch a better price, than the pink. It looks like Most sell from $15 - $30-ish.  This is an ebay link to completed listings, hopefully that will help you. :)


Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on August 11, 2014 at 10:39am

I would love some group members' opinions! Was Lillian asking too much? I will weigh in later. B

Comment by Lillian Dunbar on August 11, 2014 at 8:14am

A man stopped at my yard sale and asked for pink Depression glass. I had some in the cellar, so business being slow, I took him down to show. He was very interested in a covered Mayfair candy dish and asked what I wanted for it. I said $50. He said "That's WAY too much!" Is it?

Comment by vicki hufstetler on August 7, 2014 at 5:44pm

Wonderful! Thank you so much! I really appreciate your help! cyber hugs back to you! :)

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on August 6, 2014 at 11:03pm

Hi, Vicki ~ This is a dead ringer for Manhattan and is often paired with Manhattan tumblers, however Manhattan pitchers, both of them, are "tilt" pitchers and we so specify in our books. This is indeed a Federal Glass Co. pitcher: Big Ben or Bullseye Pitcher, not to be confused with the Hocking Bullseye pitcher which is a tilt pitcher with lots of circular designs impressed all over. Hope this helps!!! Cyber hugs, B


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